Last night,one of the chickens escaped again. Learning from the previous experience, instead of spending hours looking from her, I waited.
Unfortunately, we see the policy as an end goal. Therefore, many humanitarian organisations are graveyards of wonderful policies, never implemented.
So much of my life at the moment is about trying things while knowing they might not work. So keep trying. I’m cheering you on.
There is a story about a farmer who would regularly complain about the weather – he decided to reframe his view.
Seth wrote about chatoyancy recently. I don’t know what opposite sophisticated word to chatoyancy is, but we experience it often
If we think of ourselves as a ping pong ball, we never know if our ball is going to be the one that raises the ship.
Minute can refer to time or size. Context determines the meaning and pronounciation. How does your context affect your approach?
Yesterday, two of our chickens got out. One we were able to catch, but the other disappeared – I figured she was gone for good.
Change can often feel bleak. It can feel like no progress is being made. Sometimes it needs a lot of patience and a few ‘sunny’ days
Conceding and compromising are requirements to working together, but not in the negative sense. Rather in the sense that we do not know it all.
It is common to hear complaints about not having enough time. But if we didn’t waste time, how much time would we free up in a day?
The story we are told is that success is glamourous. The ‘Blood, sweat, and tears’ part of the journey is left out.