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Poised together here on Planet Earth to begin our next big circuit around the sun, while we also move into our fifth year of FOP, we wanted to pass on a link to Akiko Busch’s recent opinion piece in the New York Times, “Life on the Edge.”
From the fertile vantage point just before the impending new year, we concur with Busch: from this charged edge, we can sense the potential of actively renewing and inventing wholly new intentions and practices for meeting the change that will mark the coming days. From this temporal edge, where what has come before meets and blurs into what will come into being, much is still undecided. This edge of the new year “is where the action is, or the place you push things to for the best results.” (Busch)
Here’s to 2014 becoming a year of ongoing edge-ness — one that sustains a cresting wave of actions and wild potentials — one that springs into reality the generative changes that material realities of contemporary life now call for. Happy New Year on the Edge!
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