“If you must be heard, let it be like a babbling brook …
If you must be seen, let it be like sunlight … .”*
This is more an intention of the heart than bringing the one perfect thing to another.
It is an intention to which we apply all of our inventiveness:
‘Intersection thinking is a methods for creating overlap between seemingly disconnected ideas in order to generate new ideas, directions and strategies for powering your own success.’**
Then, we ask of the word or idea or presence or action we offer:
Does this have a good spirit?
Does it forge relationship or community?
Our willingness to see and understand differently makes the offering of something which has a good spirit and creates community more possible:
“Discovery consists of seeing what everybody has seen and thinking what nobody has thought.”**
I watched the clouds moving from right to left across the sky, passing across the place the rising sun was to be found. To my right, the clouds were purple-grey but, as they passed over the rising sun, they became salmon-cream.
It left me wondering: what kind of person can I become to others?
In the end, it’s all about love.