Which do you think is more likely to consistently lead to some kind of action: personal reflection during a time of solitude, or mutual reflection during a time of heartfelt conversation? Why? How can the two work together?
Friday, February 24, 2006
I've been told in the past that I need to get out of my head and into my body, which is to say that I think too much and don't do enough. As a person who values thoughtfulness (see my previous post) and admires activism, I took the comment seriously. But how do I travel from brain to body? How does anyone? So here's the question I'm begging you to reflect on and address: