The whole and its parts

The whole & its parts

Living up to mistakes

It starts by reflecting on the mistake itself to see if it was a mistake.

It does take patience and courage to take the time to do so.

It means to lean into the uncomfortable feeling that is present.

The more convenient approach often is to either neglect the sign of discomfort or to quickly call it out as an error. In both cases, the desire is to move on to a different solution or idea.

That’s fleeing into a mistake.

Learning what the uncomfortable feeling is about, creates a different story. It can make possible change accessible, and it can teach how new approaches take time to become comfortable.

It doesn’t make mistakes go away when they happened. But it doesn’t create new ones.



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