What’s next?

Flow

The hardest thing – among many difficult aspects – when working within a flow can be in the way we confront the tangle of expectations and predictions tempting us away from where we are into fictions and fantasies. The same old thing, tomorrows and yesterdays. The past and the future.

It’s hard not to ask, “What’s next?”

Uncertainty is uncomfortable, especially when we face it alone, in a seeming void.

The trouble is, once this question intrudes we are not attending to what’s now. This constricts our prospects of what might come next right at the moment we are most concerned with having things turn out better.

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Giving Voice to Clarity in Community

Flow

A tag-line is intended to convey an impression, a first impression of what lies within.

Brevity wrestles with legibility and it can be hard to tell which one wins out.

We are expected to know what to say. To know what to do. To have a plan…

But we are hit by moments of pause. It’s becoming increasingly clear there’s something terribly wrong with this entire way of operating.

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