Organizing reflection 7

This is a post in my series on organizing ”between and beyond.” Other posts are here. The purpose of this post is to reflect on subjects occupying my mind. I make no claim to fully believe what I write. Neither do I pretend that others have not already thought or written about the same subject. More often than not, I take up, combine, and add to already existing thoughts and ideas.

What is on my mind?
When we experience the sharing of beingness, we have a direct experience that we are not alone in the world.1 Our failure to recognize and celebrate our beingness, that others care for us and will help us in need, that there are ways to allow deeper meanings of life to more fully enter our lives, comes, to some extent, from a hidden denigration of ourselves (or lack of self-love).2

1 This thought is inspired by Stephen Buhner who writes about our essence and uniqueness. See Buhner, The Transformational Power of Fasting, p.11.
2 Ibid., p.14.

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Organizing in between and beyond posts

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Jan Höglund has over 35 years of experience in different roles as software developer, project manager, line manager, consultant, and researcher. He shares his reading, book reviews, and learning on his personal blog.

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