Monthly Archives: January 2009

Listening to the Process

Having the privilege of listening to people work through the complications of their lives gives me a sense of the larger movement of social thought. While our task is to pay attention to the specifics of each life, each day, … Continue reading

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Change is the constant

Tomorrow we get a new president in the United States. We don’t really know what that means. We do know everything will be different. We just don’t know how it will be different. Kind of like everyday life. We know … Continue reading

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Everything is connected

Recently I am struck by how interwoven and consistent a person’s interior world can be. We have assumptions about the world, other people’s intentions and our own intentions, and these assumptions create a consistent, interrelated understanding of the world. When … Continue reading

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