The only kind of imposter we can be is an imposter to ourselves. No one is an imposter. Everyone belongs here.
If Alan Lightman is right and our technology is getting in the way then we need the remedy of face to face, open conversations in which people are able to explore the deeper possibilities of their lives.
‘When so much of our interaction with other people and with our environment is mediated by the invisible, the visible seems less worthy of our attention.’*
Otto Scharmer describes a greater hope in simple but generative conversations:
‘at the end of the conversation, you realised you are no longer the person you were when you started the conversation. […] You have connected to a deeper source of who you really are and to have a sense of what you are here’.**