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Indefinitely

Indefinitely means we don’t know how long.

We don’t know how long this will last. We don’t know how long “normal” will be suspended. We don’t know what we don’t know.

Indefinitely is a very uncomfortable thing to say as a leader.

But indefinitely also means we don’t know: the resilience of our community; the capabilities we possess but haven’t been using; the needs that have been hiding.

Indefinitely is an opportunity to make an impact in a different way, if we’ll take it.

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2 thoughts on “Indefinitely

  1. Leslie R. Wilson says:

    Yes, Rocky. We are put to many tests and we hope we can weather this storm. For us in the US it is more strange to deal with fear and disorder. I remember contacting a friend in Turkey after a particular news story. His response to me, “We have known fear since birth; we have never been without it.” Godspeed.

  2. You and Leslie each make good points, Rocky. We won’t take our gatherings for granted now even if we all stay healthy, since now we know what it’s like without them. Thank you for staying connected here.

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