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Margaret Wheatley on The Circle Way

In further reflection of last week’s practicum for The Circle Way, I’m appreciating Meg’s framing words in The Circle Way.

  • We don’t “discover” circle practice so much as we remember it.
  • The extraordinary Chilean biologist Humberto Maturan writes in “The Biology of Love” that humans first developed language when we moved into familial groups.
  • After all these centuries of separation and isolation, circle welcomes us back into a shape where we can listen, be heard, and be respected, where we can think and create together.

Such clear narrative is something I always appreciate. Thanks Meg. Thanks Christina and Ann.


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