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In her comment to Interrogating Reality, Terri Waterman of Surreal Concepts writes: Observing is truly the best way of dealing with life as a whole. We all have the innate ability to flow with whatever we are faced with in every moment. When I think ab... [Read More]

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Excellent post!! It all makes so much sense, and what a great sense of being a real human being. Observing is truly the best way of dealing with life as a whole. We all have the innate ability to flow with whatever we are faced with in every moment. A wonderful gift! Thank you...

Chris - that was part of my highlighting "the choices people make as they construct narratives" if our narrative is expansive an inclusive, our story and results will reflect that.

C.B. - a deceivingly simple post that took a while to compose because I wanted to strike balance.

Roger - she most certainly does and her thoughts on letting things emerge are very powerful and needed. Especially as they relate to the idea that we never know where a conversation will take us.

Valeria,

Thanks for shining your blog's light on Margaret Mazzantini. I was not familiar with her. She's got an interesting take on things. I especially liked: "By creating the space to do nothing in life, we give ourselves to the possibility that answers emerge spontaneously."

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