World News, World Record, World Bank––the list of world things is endless, generally conjuring up presumptions of totality or neutrality. But we know the limits of these conceits. Nothing using the term world is complete or neutral. The very slipperiness of the term means that it can be taken in negative or positive directions. To some the word conjures up images of sovereignty, while to others it might mean the creation a new domain. But in either case, world and worlding are loaded terms. For this reason, Worlding.org takes a stance within a field of indeterminacy––a stance against those who claim to have answers or certainty, especially those who prescribe to others. This is not the same as saying that values do not exist, or that we even need to choose sides in an absolutist/relativist divide. Worlding.org takes the view that the divide itself is the problem, rooted as it is in an inherited binary consciousness that we struggle with every day in debates over good/evil, mind/body, center/margin, and so on. Without getting too philosophical about this, Worlding.org embraces the connection between thinking and being.