Living, breathing questions

16 Sep 2018
Living breathing questions

Reflections on a week of questions – living, breathing questions – that quietly disrupt our mindset and give us a new perspective.

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What do you notice?

14 Sep 2018
what do you notice

What catches your attention? Especially, what do you notice that other people don’t appear to see? Is there a pattern to both noticing and ignoring?

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Thoughtful provocation

13 Sep 2018
thoughtful provocation

Some people are just provocative. They’ll pick a fight over almost anything. And their identity is simply to be the opposite to whoever you are and whatever you stand for. It’s just a game with the aim of scoring points. Some people are provocative because they don’t know the answer (or their answer) to the […]

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Hope v. wishful thinking

12 Sep 2018
hope v wishful thinking

Hope and wishful thinking. We tend to think they are the same thing, just in varying degrees. Actually, they are quite different and if we confuse them eventually we’ll just get stuck. Wishful thinking is ‘out there’ somewhere. It feels nice (also read stirring, heroic or awesome) to contemplate things we wish were different. But […]

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Who are you?

11 Sep 2018
who am i

We wear clothes that tell the story about what we do. Where we fit. And often how others expect us to be. I wore a suit on occasions. The right occasions. But I always added something unexpected, culturally slightly different. Like a distinctive scarf or top which didn’t have a collar – to soften the […]

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Drawing a line

10 Sep 2018

On 1st December 1955, Rosa Parks drew a line. Although she had been heading toward this line for some time, she didn’t set out to provoke action. It was just that on this day, enough was enough. Her refusal to give up her seat in the coloured section of the bus for a white passenger […]

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