After any significant learning experience we need a period of integration to embody the knowledge and transition to the next stage.
The practice of Shoshin helps us expand our cognitive capacity and deepen mastery.
Remembering the learning curve is both an act of freedom and self-care.
The curious, the questioners, and those who embrace beginner’s mind get a holiday that embraces all of their questions.
Despite inculturation to rely on cognitive function, when we really know something we know it by heart.
The apparent contradictions in Kohelet (Ecclesiastes) are the point. And they are an illusion.
Rather than share a more traditional blog post on “lessons learned,” I decided to write a letter to my blog. It surfaced the lessons learned and so much more.