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• Power and freedom in the face of doubt By Larry Pearson • An excursion into possibility By Gopal Rao • Possibility—It Flies on Mighty Wings By Nancy Zapolski, PhD • “Yes”—it extends boundaries and establishes new playing fields By Zoe Masters • Life Looks Different When We’re Generating It Read more >

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There’s a world out there and our words describe it, refer to it, talk about it. What we say and how we speak to ourselves and others—might be thought of as a bridge to the world. Because we often think of language as coming in response to the world, we limit the world of language and all that it... Read more >

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While our understanding of things comes largely from our past experience, our inspiration, motivation, vitality and power come from a future—that toward which we live, that which shapes and directs our choices and our actions. The game is to make something up, to invent something, to generate an enterprise—to have a mission called living, and to constitute that mission with... Read more >

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Many of us think of possibility either, as choosing among a variety of opportunities and options, or something that might occur at a later point in time. Possibility, however, allows us to stand outside already existing options and opportunities. Possibility is an invention and in this sense is almost as a verb –a catalytic agent; a place... Read more >

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Living in the face of a possibility can sometimes be difficult—difficult in the ways poetry, music, or a deep intimacy can be difficult, because it doesn’t explain, it doesn’t rationalize, describe, or define—and can often carry with it a sense of doubt. Power and freedom don’t usually come about because we want them, because they... Read more >

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