I want to share two links that seemingly may seem different — one is a poem about February — or more precisely, our little blizzard yesterday — published by the good people at The Kansas City Star who dropped me a line yesterday to ask if I might write something about our significant weather event.
The other is a link to an interview my boss, Ruth Farmer, gave to The Magazine of Yoga about real learning, the importance of skepticism and trusting the process, tinkering and leading, progressive education, and what all we do at Goddard College in terms of holding the space for people to ask their most relevant questions and quest toward answers. See Part 1 here, and Part 2 here. (And learn more about Goddard here).
Finding our questions, quests and poetic ways of holding and seeing what life gives us echoes at the edge of what I know and don’t know, leading me into teaching and writing. And so, I share these connections with you — enjoy!