You clearly have a track record for resilience and resourcefulness, Darren. I have no doubts you’ll work through this and come out the other side to make some new extraordinary contribution. You might also find this post helpful https://medium.com/s/story/what-its-like-to-be-90-something-368780082573
Thanks for sharing how you leverage blurred edges to guide more creative decisions, Beth. Your article is timely in a commercial world where we increasingly use data as a crutch to help us avoid uncertainty, thus squeezing out the opportunity to use our intuition to ignite discovery. Meaningful ideas are born in the space where we’re comfortable with not knowing for sure that they’ll work.
I think it was Pico Iyer who said that, “we have more knowledge than ever and less time to make sense of it”. The challenge with all education is helping the students to make sense of what they are about to learn, to understand what’s at stake and also what’s possible for them.