It might be well for all of us to remember that, while differing widely in the various little bits we know, in our infinite ignorance we are all equal. - Karl Popper
Trip-sitting for a dear friend: after
"No man was ever wise by chance." Lucius Seneca
"You have to practice for a long time before you can learn to sound like yourself." Miles Davis
This is the third (and last) in a three-part series. The two earlier posts are "Trip-sitting for a dear friend: before" and "Trip-sitting for a dear friend: during". How do we integrate these powerful experiences? Like manure, do we need to 'dig in' our experiences carefully to learn & change helpfully ... or maybe we are changed whether we consciously choose to 'cooperate' with the process or not?
More to follow ...