From her book Turning to one another:
‘We can’t be creative if we refuse to be confused.‘
Love this idea. Maybe it means learning to live better with some confusion before rushing to navigate our way out of it?
‘Our vocations or callings as human beings may be located in our job descriptions, but they may also be located in how we are present to whatever it is we do.’
You might also say ‘Belong to where you are.’ as captured on this magnificent Anthony Burrill print.
‘I have heard others long for it in many different ways as well, so I will risk triteness and say it direct: we need grace; we need tenderness; we need depth; we need soul.’