How constraining is my environment?
Does a belief in impermanence pave the way to lower vulnerability? Are spiritual convictions an obstacle or a guidance to understand that disasters are never natural? Is a sense of belonging helpful when moving from adaptation to transformation? How intertwined are personal wellbeing and collective identity? Are social conventions detrimental to grass-roots initiatives? Who is responsible for urban resilience?
Who will help me to reconsider what is taken for granted, to bounce forward when a disaster strikes?
(*) In Japanese, Kataribe means both storytelling and storyteller. It is used to build a link between individuals and community through a narration aiming to shape a post-disaster consciousness. It should be seen as part of a cultural process expected to contribute to both individual and collective resilience.