I ran across a New York Times article which is so relevant to the need for conversation. When people dialogue, mindfully look one another eye to eye, there is a connectedness which is so important to the human spirit. In our ever expanding digital age, we sometimes become lost in developing a relationship with a device. Now, mind you, I am a professor of social media but there must be balance.
When you become mindful in dialogue, mindful in your connect with another, it supports the growth of oneself. Our inner relationships have opportunity to thrive. In sessions where we gather, like those of crochet or knitting circles, opportunities avail to more deeply delve into focused, meaningful conversation. It enables an internal empowerment and clarity of direction.
Here is one amazing story made for a chat, one which serves as an poignant lesson to inspire us to become far more in tuned with how we should be aligning our forward focus. The power of yarn and conversation is a major force for positively shifting our life.
Tell me what you think of this story from the New York Times entitled,
“How One Stupid Tweet Blew Up Justine Sacco’s Life”
Source / Link: http://www.nytimes.com/2015/02/15/magazine/how-one-stupid-tweet-ruined-justine-saccos-life.html?_r=0