COVID poetics
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COVID poetics

20 — intention

Warm Data reflections #6

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I found this poem when going back over my notes from the Warm Data Host training I attended over the summer. In the session, we’d been talking about ‘conscious purpose’ — what Gregory Bateson described as “a short-cut device to enable you to get quickly at what you want; not to act with maximum wisdom in order to live, but to follow the shortest logical or causal path to get to what you want next…”. I’m not sure

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We will not return to normal. Or we may come to redefine it…

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Steve Thorp

Steve Thorp

Integral counsellor & poet. Soul maker. Warm Data host. Edits Unpsychology Magazine & COVID Poetics on Medium.

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