Once it didn’t matter. Nobody wanted to know. Now we all want to know. This is eco beyond ego, the importance of the one to the many and the many to the one.
We bring asymmetry to one another, and life grows richer – the adjacent, something we were not expecting. We can roll with it or reject it but we suspect that life is richer if we roll.
The finite games of life are symmetrical. All tidy and economical, but the infinite, the including of everyone for as long as posse, as untidy as the asymmetrical is, is welcomed.
We find that life isn’t only about having an option, though, but following a path with a heart.