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"Withdrawal can be the very best way of stepping forward", so starts a short essay by David Whyte, that feels particularly pertinent these days when we are required more and more to distance ourselves from others, our shared activities and collaborations. How can we respond to these demands creatively and positively? How do we step up to very real, unexpected and unwelcome changes in our daily lives? Finding ways to connect authentically, to see and hear others compassionately, if nothing else will illustrate that there is more that unites us than divides us, and from that place of knowing maybe we can fuel ourselves in these uncertain times "Withdrawal is often not what it looks like – a disappearance – no, to withdraw from entanglement can be to begin the process of renewing the primary, essential invitation again."
“ Withdrawal is often not what it looks like - a disappearance - no, to withdraw from entanglement can be to begin the process of renewing the primary, essential invitation again.”
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