In this conversation, seven 30-somethings from various European countries and the US speak about the We-Space from a generational perspective. We open up several Pandora’s Boxes, playfully and with curious respect. We cover a wide range of topics, focusing in on exploring national identity and historical awareness and shadow in We-Spaces. Posing questions such as: can I, as a German/Briton/American/Swede, say that I am proud of my country? Discovering how interwoven shame is with our daily existence, and that connection through intentional group settings is its antidote. We also zoom in on the unprecedented possibilities of this day and age, e.g. of lineages meeting and weaving together, the struggles and beauty of being ourselves and how groups and communities are a crucible for this work, what makes interactions on social media sites such as Facebook meaningful, and the masculine and feminine in We-Spaces, including the surprising use for “enlightened mansplaining”. We conclude that we all have our own reclaiming to do, and we can do this work in different We-Spaces: meeting and challenging each other in ways that ultimately serve. In light of that, our ability to stay with conflict, paradox, or whatever else comes up is where our growth edge lies.