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Communication, conversation, language are predominately thought of, anchored in our minds, as an expressing, a speaking, a vocalizing. That outward expression goes far beyond talking, far beyond describing or representing reality—it is in fact what allows for “who” and “how” we are in the world. It’s what allows for the futures we create... Read more >

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Our existence is a past, present, and future kind of existence, yet, past, present, and future aren’t immutable facts. What would time be like, if the kind of time we talked about gave time? Suppose one could live not in time, but in possibility? If that were the case, a lot of questions that are important in time would fall by the wayside, and new questions would arise. Read more >

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We take for granted that things are a particular way—and that it's the facts, realities, and circumstances that determine what's possible. We often, however, don't see the contexts from which we come that are shaping our reality—we see only what they allow. It is possible to have the same circumstances but to create and invent the contexts... Read more >

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In taking on big commitments, games worth playing, there will always be failures. Dealing with them effectively requires a special sort of environment, a way of being, in which what we have taken on creates an opening for action—like a “being toward” something. When things occur for us as a failure, it’s an interpretation, not a fact. (The idea that we can alter... Read more >

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We were brought up, enculturated, taught, related to, from the idea that our authentic, subjective experience (thoughts, emotions, moods, feelings, etc.) has a causative relationship with our actions. That whole idea is really pervasive, tough to counter, hard to get beyond because it’s so palpably clear to us subjectively. When we are excited (or bored, etc.), we don’t say “I’m being excited, we say “I am excited.” Read more >

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