I sent this message the wrong way before. Since a couple of you have tried to respond, I am reposting essentially the same message in a discussion thread. Just something to think about, since we on the Alliance board are so committed to extending depth psychology to the masses. Here is the original message
Sending a message to the Alliance board probably isn't the right venue for this message, but I consider my esteemed colleagues, here, to be about the coolest and most generous peeps on the planet!
So . . . this lazy Saturday morning, as I was reading up on my news for the week, I came across two quotes that really peaked my interest from a depth point of view:
1) Tiffany Zhong, an 18-year-old analyst for a successful venture capital firm insists that "consciousness is synonymous with connectivity" for her generation.
What do you think about that?
2) From an article about the talk that caused his election to Pope by his fellow cardinals: "we need to think about the church that goes out to the periphery--not just geographically but to the periphery of human existence . . ."
And, what do you think about that?
As I go about my very ordinary life, fragments such as these provoke a quickening in me on a very visceral level. Somehow, they also make my collaboration with all of you and hard work on behalf of the Alliance a lovely thing!