Tenativeness is good

The tentativeness we all feel about what is our calling, our work in the world, is a good thing. It leads us to see what is going on in this complex world, test our singleness of purpose against it, and invent new responses. Our un-ease over this keeps us looking for higher principles, threads and streams running through. Sometimes the eye does not see because the eye is precisely what it is looking for. We are perhaps the thread or the stream running through, and we have the ability to decide and to invent beyond deciding.

:- Doug.

Published in: Conversations | on September 23rd, 2008 | No Comments »

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