Living with a wide-open net

It’s easy to assume that there is a need to drill down to something — one thing — that is tangible and actionable. That’s what the primary paradigm we live in tells us. But is it the only way?

What if ideas that come from living with a wide-open net can serve us in a different way? Can bring something different into the world? Perhaps, even, a different paradigm.

Let’s not simply assume that what is is what is — or, at least, what has to be. If you’ve got a pretty wide net, perhaps it’s something to celebrate. Or at least enjoy.

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