Ideas for tomorrow

Important thoughts we should not forget after the lockdown.

About
The pandemic and the quarantine gave us the opportunity to rethink vital things we gave for granted. They also revealed important aspects of our daily life that remained unnoticed.
What have we learned while isolated, constrained, worried? Have we understood the warnings we have been given? What should we change tomorrow once we are all back out there?
Let’s share an idea, a wish, a commitment so that we can all remember it once this is over. Write something down and we will remind you of it one year from now.

Design for a better world.

500
Marion
Paris, 28 September 2020

Je me souviens

Location
Paris
Aubin Hugues
9 September 2020

We are part of the nature, and there is no global problem to adress without planetary conscience. States are not the pertinent scale future of global solutions.

Aubin Hugues
Rennes, France, 9 September 2020

We can really conceive, share, rebuild, adapt, and put on the field millions of objects (like Personal Protection Equipments) with internet, makers, fablabs, factories, and local actors, in real time and real life, sharing solutions in the commons.

Location
Rennes, France
Bharat Kulkarni
CA, 2 July 2020

Be kind

Location
CA
Angelo Chiacchio
Paris, 21 May 2020

I learned that I can do without fancy bars, concerts and events for a while. What I’m really craving for the most is nature.

Location
Paris
Ariel
São Paulo, 20 May 2020

Tax big fortunes. Tax Jeff Bezos. Tax Zuck. Distribute wealth

Location
São Paulo
Lauren A.
NYC, 20 May 2020

Moving your body is a privilege, not a chore.

Location
NYC
Greg
Usa , 20 May 2020

Money isn’t everything, time is way more precious

Location
Usa
Margot
France, 9 May 2020

Let’s stop wasting so much money in the sport business (e.g.: football…).

Location
France
Alexis T
LYON, 28 April 2020

Ways to work are going to change drastically, companies should rethink home office and all what that include in term of working tools (security, ergonomy, engagement)

Location
LYON
Jackie
Singapore, 27 April 2020

Home would never be the same after lockdown.. it would be work-life- balance all in one at home…

Location
Singapore
Flávia
24 April 2020

take care of each other and also of our city, the biggest house we have. look deeply and sees our needs.

Flávia
São Paulo - Brazil, 24 April 2020

give more hugs

Location
São Paulo - Brazil
Stephane
São Paulo, 24 April 2020

Don’t be shy to resignificate the positive new and be selective to keep the critical past…

Location
São Paulo
Phil B. Adams
Limoges, 22 April 2020

J’espère que le Covid19 ne va pas inaugurer “l’ère du sans-contact” déjà amorcée par la technologie..

Location
Limoges
Inès
Seattle, 19 April 2020

Confined life has taught us that we can quickly adjust to the unconventional. Life redefines what “normal” means as we go. Once we’re all done with this we should keep asking : are all normal things right?

Location
Seattle
Jean-Louis Frechin
Paris, 14 April 2020

Passer du Moi au Nous – Me-We

Location
Paris
MOÏSE . B
Paris, 12 April 2020

Peace and solidarity !

Location
Paris
Ingrid Ballmann
San Francisco, Ca USA, 9 April 2020

I love the solace many people find in these difficult times. What comes next is up to us to create. Maybe we will feel like people in India who can see the Himalayas from their windows for the first time in 30 years because the skies are clear.
What do we see now that we couldn’t see before? What matters now that we need to foster and nourish?

Location
San Francisco, Ca USA
Amber Case
Portland, OR, USA, 9 April 2020

Remember when you were happy because you had free time? Because you were taking life more slowly and you were waiting for the right opportunity? But then you got scared and kept trying to be a part of something larger than you because you took your self confidence entirely externally? And maybe you’re learning the lesson the hard way now? Don’t worry, you’ll figure it out. Everything is going to be just fine. Tell that little kid that you’re good as-is. There are places for you, too.

Location
Portland, OR, USA
São
Portugal, 9 April 2020

Tempo de pensar que vamos conseguir seguir em frente
Tempo de olhar para o próximo com alegria e cordialidade
Tempo de não adiar, porque não sabemos como será amanhã
Tempo de se unir, na união somos mais fortes
Tempo de refletir, para nós tornarmos pessoas melhores
Tempo de trabalhar em equipa, unir vários pensamentos para alcançarmos um só objetivo
Tempo de olhar para o sol, ver o brilho da esperança… e acreditar

Location
Portugal
David Gauquelin
Budapest, 9 April 2020

Make local desirable. Learn how to find meaning and depth in what’s available around us instead going too far in meaningless ways.

Location
Budapest
João
Portugal, 9 April 2020

I also wished that artificial and Vegan meat should be our standard food so we could save many animals and create sanctuaries where they could live peacefully! Thank you!

Location
Portugal
João
Portugal, 9 April 2020

Hi! We shouldn’t waste money in wars and instead do more peaceful things. The money that is wasted in wars in the world is proven that could end poverty and probably provide us all a Basic Income so that we can do more things we enjoy and also help others! This crisis has shown us that if we help each other we are more strong! Thank you!

Location
Portugal
Cheryl
New York, 9 April 2020

Have we get used to taking our time and think regularly?

Location
New York
Pierre
Lyon, 8 April 2020

Less stuffs, more common goods like healthcare and space exploration.

Location
Lyon
Claouis
Paris, 8 April 2020

We should focus on essential needs (food, family, friendships, art, sport and culture) and lower our consumption of mass useless products. Consume only local and necessary will make us happy.

Location
Paris
Jack Kerouac
Heaven, 8 April 2020

“Practice kindness all day to everybody and you will realize you’re already in heaven now.”

Location
Heaven
HThomas
8 April 2020

Look carefuly, life is beautiful! <3

Angelo
Paris, 4 April 2020

In Paris pollution didn’t go down despite the small number of cars in the streets. We should look also into other important sources of air pollution.

Location
Paris