Perfect for famers and ranchers. And all others, too. Stay safe.
“Ambiguity, or the willingness to hold many perspectives at once, is a core competency of belonging and dreamwork. It teaches us that there are many sides to a story, and as we grow more adept with it, we can hold an increasingly diverse number of perspectives at once.
The initiated adult is one who learns to withstand uncertainty, embody ambiguity, and straddle paradox. In dreamwork, the ability to hold the tension of the opposites is essential. We let contradictions have out their mythical argument until paradox can be held—until harmony can be struck. Until a creative third solution has a chance at appearing.”
Excerpt from “Belonging: Remembering Ourselves Home” by Toko-pa Turner (belongingbook.com)
Photo of a fast moving river running between snowy banks, flanked by bare trees and a cottage on the far shore, under a blue sky.