Self-organization and the poet

To our good friends–

Things happen by themselves. Things are invited. Both are true. We can be affected; we can affect. Both are meeting. For which is this time? We have a once per life point of view which we owe to the world. Offering it is sometimes served by accepting from the flow. Even when we’d rather give. We must exercise the courage to inject our piece, even when we have to stand against the raging sea. We must exercise the courage to sit and wait. Stand up, speak up: even if you have to sit down and shut up to do it. Action and inaction have one origin. That is why the poet changes the world without muscle, accomplishes without effort.

:- Doug.

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