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"...Almost anybody can learn to think or believe or know, but not a single human being can be taught to be. Why? Because whenever you think or you believe or you know, you are being a lot of other people; but the moment you are being, you’re nobody but yourself." —e.e. cummings 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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“Yes” extends boundaries, establishes new playing fields, moves possibility from ideas to actuality. Actress and improv artist Tina Fey points to the opportunity yes affords us when she says, “the first rule of improv is agree—agree with whatever your partner has created. The second rule is yes, and—agree and then add something of your own. If I start a scene with ‘I can’t believe it’s so hot in here... 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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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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