To perform meaning on an existing story means to use the imagination to take what we've been given, and deform it. To deconstruct a narrative and put it back together is to go out to the forest and then return again, changed. Questions are the compass and the knife, the talismans. Used well, they can get us out and back in one piece.
Then the project also fits into the larger context of the relationship while being informed by it. Like us as individuals. We are the sum of the people we surround ourselves by.
I think it’s, once you start caring, it is this force that is deeply human, that is natural. Capitalism runs on scarcity, and I think care promotes abundance.
But lately, when I find myself jealous or threatened or feeling a way about something someone else has or does or is, I’m trying to be a little less quick to take the blame for it. Rather than jump to bear the weight of every insecurity and hard feeling (Ten of Wands), I’ve been challenging myself to wonder about the kind of home that divides; that would cast me or someone else into the woods on the day of our births in the first place. When I can look at it this way I often find that some space opens up. I start to see something.