An answer to Tom

He says:

You have such a clear sense of what I’m seeking to do in the work.


You mirror me and I mirror you. I give you back what you give.
In this considerate reciprocity, we kind of build a strong sense of “WE” where each “I” can unfold freely.

Indeed, I am so glad in two ways:

First, for serving you back what you give, and for the second,
that you confirm that I see through things clearly – indeed I made the right ”guess”.

I have this uncommon ability to grasp things intuitively, which is in fact my most valuable asset – and even if I´m sometimes “wrong”, I seem to be able to read behind the lines with sharp precission…

Generosity is not obvious in a competition oriented society. More often than not, people are rather stingy when it comes to giving right feed back – at least, in my experience.

As for me, when I encounter quality, I rejoice. It means that I have something to learn.

You see, I am a big egoist: I want people to be happy.
Cause if people around are happy, their happiness will benefit me as well.

Dare to speak up

“Speak up so that I know who you are”, said Socrates.

I would say:

Let´s dialogue so we can find out who we are! Really, mirroring one another through genuine and transparent dialogue opens unthought of opportunities. Two, three words can make huge difference. We all need to follow and be followed with the right kind of attention.

I will continue writing with or without comments. It is not necessarily me you´re giving something if you comment “my” posts. It is indeed a great chance for you to take a few moments and reciprocate the unknown part of yourself talking to me.

Vivid attention and loving dialogue is a blessing. We all need this, the world today thirst for this.

Dare. The words you say, you say to yourself.