One way to integrate

There was a woman on the bus this morning. She was wearing a t-shirt with a message that resonated:

Teach Everything You Know

I wonder how many felt the message from this shirt (which is, honestly, probably a tagline for a program of some sort, or maybe a school). I wonder how many people are being worked by that statement.

Teaching is an odd thing. For me, it raises questions of perfection and a certain level of knowing. As I was just writing in my journal about this, I found myself saying, Perhaps teaching is one of the ways that I integrate.”

Perhaps teaching is a way to integrate.

Now I have two things working me today. Not bad.

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