If Worlding.org has a central value, it lies in the centrality of dialogue––the primacy of communication and the exchange of ideas. Put another way, Worlding.org is about a shared pedagogy. The Santa Cruz Worlding Project perhaps put is best in describing worlding as a “field imaginary” unbound by definition or convention, yet guided by curiosity and openness. Worlding can be a way to critique an existing moment or a means to envision a utopian space that does not yet exist. This site is about the worlds we conceive for ourselves in relation to the world we find ourselves inhabiting. In other words, in this “world” thinking and being are not separated in ways that isolate or obfuscate complexity in the interest of expediency. Worlding is messy, indeterminate, and never ending. As such worlding requires us to talk to each other and to always remember the limits of any perspective.