Vulnerability, as defined by Merriam-Webster: adj. vul·ner·a·ble | \ˈvəl-n(ə-)rə-bəl, ˈvəl-nər-bəl\ 1 : capable of being physically or emotionally wounded 2 : open to attack or damage Simply put; susceptibility to harm, physically or emotionally, whether intentional or accidental. This is all implied as weakness, and most of humanity takes all precaution to avoid such an … More A Case for Vulnerability
The joke goes like this: A politician walks into a rally and approaches the podium. Upbeat music blares over the PA system, the crowd cheers. The song ends with the candidate enthusiastically beginning his stump, “WHO WANTS CHANGE????!!!!” The gathered crowd cheers again, hands in the air, signs waving. The candidate speaks again, “Who wants … More Who Wants Change?
“It’s happening… it’s REALLY happening!!!” Funny how the above statement can be interpreted in different ways and placed equally well into different imaginative thought-plays. Has one planned out every move, taken risk, and is on the verge of well earned achievement? Is this someone who voluntarily signed up for an adventure, knowing full well the … More Navigating Transition
I find my self in transition. Not the slow transitions of inevitable change as we move through time, nor the planned and thought-out movements form one solid starting point to a static goal. This transition is different. This is a transition to “flow”. The transition I am going through right now is beyond anything my … More Encouraging Transition