No Label Needed

Labels, boxes, and language can be problematic. We think something isn’t real unless it fits in the confines of language, a box of understanding, or a clear label and name we can understand. This rigidity of thinking impacts not only what and how we value things, ideas, people and experiences but how we listen, understand…

Units of Time

The 2002 film, “About a Boy,” (pictured left; source) begins with the idea of “units of time” (watch the clip). The concept is that every day is made up of tiny increments of time that can be used. Sure, the main character is in an unrelate-able place of incredible privilege–having no need to work or make money….