In our modern take on the English language. The dominant culture of the land that is below my feet often use two words in an interchangeable manner ‘house’ and ‘home’.
Sammy Haywood6 posts
Anyone who creates in this age will have an opinion on the tools they use. There are those who bring a traditional approach that creates a religious undertone, as if the tools they use are the only thing that gives them a purpose.
The word system is bandied about a lot today, so that it's almost become a cliché. But cliches are born from an initial insight. In this case, it is about the power of organising principles that we tell about ourselves, each other, and the world to cohere us in a common purpose.
There is a moment in each of our lives, when we will get punched in the face. Not by anyone in particular (although this does happen) but it’s generally by an unseen hand of life. Either way, it is seldom forgotten. This is my version of that.
In these stranger days and stranger still times, we can appear to be starved for fresh ideas on how to approach each other. If we use the same tools, we will get the same result. We need a way of rejuvenating the way we discern.