It’s just expected

I don’t think learning is defined by a building or a certificate. It’s defined by a posture, a mindset and actions taken.
(Seth Godin)

Whoever takes possession of the objects of art has not taken possession of the art.  Since art is never possession, and always possibility, nothing possessed can have the status of art.  […] Art is dramatic, opening always forward, beginning so something that cannot be finished.**
(James Carse)

I may love habits and disciplines more than most, but I must remind myself, it is never about these per se but rather what they are supporting, especially when it comes to learning and art. These are primarily dynamic postures or attitudes, demanding new habits or containers to continue leaning into the future.

More than what is expected – which is the scripted life, may you continue to be an explorer of the dramatic.

(*From Seth Godin’s blog: source lost.)
(**From James Carse’s Finite and Infinite Games.)

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