In reflecting about the writing process, I notice a couple of factors. First, writing takes time. It does not magically appear on the page without persistence and dedication and structure.
Because it is important to take breaks for calm and restoration, I am posting a snowy nature photo. Poignant to me about this capture is the footsteps through the snow overlayed with shadows and interrupting tracks. Despite these seeming interruptions the tracks continue on their journey . . .
Today, due to a few time constraints, I will write a shorter post and wanted to include a photo I hope you find inspirational. The picture, captured at the Women’s Walk in Portland, shows a woman solidly holding a sign that reads “Protect Mother Earth.”
When considering the current political landscape in the United States, a discussion of Psychologist Lawrence Kohlberg’s Six Stages of Moral Reasoning is particularly relevant. Have you heard of it? This theory identifies six different ways individuals make decisions and what influences that decision-making. The idea is that the higher up one is on the stages, the more advanced their approach to ethical decision-making and working for the greater good.