it’s always hard for me to tell whether synchronicity is always there, but you’re not always looking, or whether it does appear more/is manifested when you are looking for signs, seeking some direction.
first, i got an email announcement about this author/speaker via Berkeley Arts and Letters: SARA LAWRENCE-LIGHTFOOT / Exit: The Endings That Set Us Free
As Lawrence-Lightfoot notes, there are few examples in our culture to suggest how to approach exits with grace and understanding. We are focused instead on the idea of beginnings, the start of something rather than the acknowledgement of an ending. Questions of exiting are particularly timely as we live in a period when many people are leaving jobs, by choice or through circumstance, as well as a time when technology makes murkier the idea of final farewells.
a short time later that same day, someone posted this from zeFrank: An Invocation for Beginnings, which nearly made me cry.
this leads to something. stay tuned.Filed in culture and random linkage | Tagged with synchronicity | Comments (2)