I. Other-Centered (1-13)
III. Judicious (weeks 27-39)
IV. Resourceful (40-52)
Seeing Behind The Facade
Patience is passive? Try withdrawing from work you knowlike the back of your hand to wait and prepare foropportunities that scare you.
Last week I spoke of poetry. Here’s another take: Writing the poem is the student teaching the teacher.
“Like a fanatic, I lay my life on the altar of rabid justification,” says he ever so poetically. Ah, he sees hisrampant willfulness!
Remember (week 19) the man in the night? Therapists towhom he’s drawn have a saying: “To know the dream, youhave to know the dreamer.”
“Here I am, 58 years old, and I don't what I'm going to dowhen I grow up.” Peter Drucker, writing in, say, about1968. Died at 94. So, live!
Savvy people sense the movement of the still stream.
Crack lightening, whipping rain all day, creaked the housefull with lament. Before the fire, feet planted, our books inour laps. Taken.