This chapter begins by introducing worldism and its model of dialogics or what we prefer to call “chatting.” It shows creative listening and speaking (CLS) in action. Worldist chatting leads to CLS as a method. CLS explores a “third space” or what we call a “global oasis” across multiple worlds. CLS thus approximates chatting. Yin/yang pacha from Daoism and Andeanism demonstrates CLS in substance; South–South talk from worldism and “epistemologies of the South,” as a mode of inquiry. Significant commonalities surface, producing what we call South–South talk: relationality highlights multiple understandings of the world, not just one; resonance shows where discursive and political solidarity may arise; and interbeing demonstrates emancipatory transformation as a kind of trans-subjective co-creativity. “Living well” comes from the indigenous peoples of the Andes: the Quechuas, Aymaras and other communities in the region. Living well requires, therefore, respecting the cycles of life while staying aware that “the deterioration of one species is the deterioration of the whole”.