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E3P2S: The Blog
Facing life in genuine openness means realizing that as much as we do and must plan for our futures, we cannot know what will be, and thus we do not yet know how to engage in what has not yet come to us. Accepting this means seeing too that life is rich in possibility. "No one knows what the body can do." Embracing such possibility comes with facing the constraints of the life we've both chosen, and simply have, and seeing them as the rich earth across which we may expand our horizons. My writing here is an attempt to consider such richness, and embolden such possibility. . .
Today I open to be more than I have expected myself to be. Today I take a leap of faith and recognize *now* is where all the action is.
“When people cease waiting for great leaders or prophets to solve entrenched problems and look, instead, within themselves, trusting their own thinking, believing in their own power, and to their families and communities for solutions, change will follow. In traditional indigenous communities, there is an understanding that our lives play themselves out within a set of reciprocal relationships. If each human being in the world could fully understand that we all are interdependent and responsible for one another, it would save the world.” —Wilma Mankiller . .