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    On Mar 11, 2018 david doane wrote:

     There are times when my action is my right action, simply an expression of what feels right to me in that moment.  In so doing, my action is meaningful to me because I'm being true to myself.  I never know what my action means to the other.  I don't let go of my ownership of my action -- I do let go of its meaning to the other, which is outside my control.  What helps me stay mindful of how I can open up possibility with my action is to keep as my mantra 'process, not outcome,' which promotes a kind of improvising because I have no script or agenda in mind.  When my action is my truth and independent of what it means to the other, I'm integrated, free and creative, and possibilities for growth open.

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