Footprints in the Wind sm # 667

Footprints in the Windsm # 667

Why do we go to meetings? In meeting, if open enough, each person’s need is met. The creative creates, the kind expresses caring, the intellect analyzes, the listener hears. Even if the meeting is closed we go away tantalized, expecting that satisfaction is possible. We go home chatting with each other about the stimulations we received, and we come again to meetings hoping beyond experience for a greater portion next time. Because we know it is possible. What we are seeking is to be heard, and something unnameable just beyond and within being heard. We go to meetings because we need to be met. We go to meetings because we need to give. We.

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