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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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We have this underlying way of thinking and being that there is a certain order to things–and we often take that idea to imply that a certain predictability and control are possible. What happens, however, when we attempt to bring order to things inherently unpredictable is that we get upset. And upsets for us seem to carry a particular baggage—they stop the flow, interrupt our game, often leave us feeling... Read more >

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Access to extraordinary living is available to each of us. It requires a willingness to explore what’s at the heart of being human. We relate to ourselves from different roles, experiences, cultures, and locations. Transformation is a departure from those familiar notions of selfhood. The emergence of self isn’t predicated on something—it’s simply a place... 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 to come from... Read more >

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At some point in our relationships, we’ll likely have the thought that something’s missing—that we’re not fully satisfied. Dissatisfaction invariably follows satisfaction, because what we so often do with satisfaction is try to hold on to it. Satisfaction held on to, however, can become mechanical. Satisfaction isn’t something to be held on to like... Read more >

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