Sustaining the Gaze Towards Interdependence (Part 2)
mařenka cerny

What you are describing reminds me of the blind tightrope walker image—trusting her or himself to navigate the perils that are known (gravity) as well as the hidden (interference from others), which can both equally lead to annihilation. It seems so perilous to explore the dark abyss of interdepence that it drives us back to indepence, where the fears are more tangible.

As an architect, I design homes for people and in 20 years, not one client has ever accepted my challenge to accept a smaller house than they can afford because it would be good for our interdepence. I will read on to your ego transcendence article to get more of a sense how you might suggest how I might transcend this same tendency that also exists within myself.

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