Anthony Cavuoti


We Are Not Machines


Real change happens, never on one level but on many levels. What makes change difficult at times is that we could use one level to hide, to talk the talk, to look as if you have changed, when in fact you have not. On the other hand one level is often a blue print for change, a map for change, a drive, and impulse, intuitions guiding us to change.. The trick is not to have all the levels work at once, we are not machines, but to work in harmony, each of us is more like original music.

Submitted: Thursday, June 27, 2013
Edited: Thursday, June 27, 2013
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