Monthly Archives: May 2013

Rest, relationships, and leadership

Rest, relationships, and leadership Our way of being in the world is relational. Who we are is relational. How we are is relational. A way of being that is ‘restful’ is also relational. How I am ‘in’ relationship with myself … Continue reading

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A rest-full ‘way of being’

Rest I’ve been thinking about imposed rest. Can you actually impose rest? Or is it that we require a change in our immediate activity and / or remain in a particular place? Thought of in this way, the imposition for … Continue reading

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Imposed rest

Lying in a hospital bed as I write, I am pondering my acceptance of a rest that is given; required, somewhat imposed. Normally, I appreciate moments of being ‘in’ rest. Not so easy finding the way to be from a … Continue reading

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