“Being grateful does not mean that everything is necessarily good. It just means that you can accept it as a gift.”

― Roy T. Bennett


What are you grateful for?

Gratitude is central to most religious practices. When we contemplate our place in an intricate, interdependent network of life, we often feel joy and wonder. Many philosophers have shown that happiness is born from gratitude — so why don’t we take more time to give thanks?

This conversation will give you a rare moment to sit with a stranger, compare what you're grateful for, and discover the meaning of our varying appreciations.


1 hour

focus your mind

3 people

expand your point of view

4 questions

challenge how you think


How it works
Choose. Match. Meet.

a topic that inspires you — we unveil a new one every week.

Match with two people — we introduce you in WhatsApp then confirm a time to talk.

Meet in a thoughtful space for one hour and step through 10 questions — in airplane mode.


How would you use Norn?

“I want to challenge my complacency”

“I use Norn to be around inquisitive people”

“I’m yearning for dynamic dialogue”

“I use Norn to explore ideas, to be challenged and to see the world from different perspectives”

“I'm at the axis of some courageous life changes, and modeling these beside other curious people”

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