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There are many norms and patterns in life, in contemporary work settings, that not only don’t welcome vulnerability, but indeed, shun it. It’s found in the statements I hear in gatherings like this week, The Circle Way At Work, when someone shares a story, gets teary, and then apologizes or expresses surprise at the unusualness of his or her tears.… Continue reading
This center is from The Circle Way at Work. It’s a cloth offered by Penny Hamilton. It’s stones that come from people she works with within her disabilities services organizations.
The center, and the circle, helps to organize the energy that we each bring to the center. It gives what is not yet woven, and builds it into pattern,… Continue reading
There will be lots of them, these learnings.
More than I can catch.
But perhaps they all land.
Some quietly, less noticed, yet present like the quiet lily that grows in my back yard, in the corner.
Some more boldly, that can’t not be noticed, that require immediate and full attention, and arrive with shock.
I’m in preparation… Continue reading
Love these images from Sandgate, near Brisbane from a very still morning and walk out to the Shorncliffe Pier.
There is abundant life.
Thousands of tiny fish in the water,
a Stingray (not pictured above).
And of course, human life in kayak.
Delightful to witness and breathe with on a Tuesday near Brisbane.