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The shape of a Restorative Justice Circles, taps our intuition and engages us in the process

Jul 27, 2011

from Kris Miner's entry on Restorative Justice and Circles:

While exploring Circle images on the World Wide Web, I found this webpage.  “Our initial exposure to an idea shapes our intuition”.  The article goes on to explain that our intuition impacts how much we enjoy a subject.  I think that the shape of being in Circle, is the shape of humane productivity.

Geese benefit from the shape of V.  People benefit from the shape of O.

The article mentions that a Circle is the “max area for the least perimeter”.  That explains to me why we can accomplish so much in Circle process.

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