The ability to articulate what you think and how you feel with certainty exemplifies patience and commitment to growth. Being vague with our desires and areas of focus frees us from accountability and ultimately lands as avoidance. It is increasingly rare & beautiful to be decided.
In Robin Wall Kimmerer’s Braiding Sweetgrass, she states that “The trees act not as individuals, but somehow as a collective. Exactly how they do this, we don’t yet know. But what we see is the power of unity. What happens to one happens to us all. We can starve together or feast together,” and this is an anchoring value in spaces like the Imagineer Fellowship — to move at the speed of trust in interdependence.