shaw communication law
quiet enough ness
Chris Luchsinger experiment
what is legible ness.. who decides
Austin Kleon (@austinkleon) tweeted at 7:00 AM – 24 Sep 2018 :
“Genuine conversation, it seems to me, is not something that one can aim directly at…” https://t.co/7F38OpWFbp(http://twitter.com/austinkleon/status/1044209849083547648?s=17)
language as enclosure/control.. words.. help us to think communication is finished
from nic askew newsletter – by chris mcleod [http://campaign.r20.constantcontact.com/render?m=1101043267358&ca=c8f2b255-1c81-45d5-a0e0-e55269b3d16e]:
most meaningful experiences have something in common. words are not enough. something is always lost when we attempt to explain… the language we use somehow confines what we feel. i’m somehow aware that the language i am so sued to using always has an undercurrent of finality…
by being still. by allowing myself to be seen. by surprising myself about what i notice about others when i lose the stories that i’ve told myself.. by allowing myself to know that here in this moment i am enough.. i can be here.. i am here
as simple as ‘being here’ sounds, it means that i am not thinking about ‘there’.. being here means .. this is enough.. ‘this is enough’ means i can trust the feeling that i can’t explain. trust it and not need to explain it..
and that is the most liberating feeling i may have ever experienced..