My good friend went to a restaurant the other day. Of course he didn’t take me to the restaurant, but I didn’t hold a grudge against him for it. (That’s what I told him anyway, to make sure the ‘accident’ comes across as the surprise it’s set up to be … kidding folks!) Being the […]Read More The Kind Of Taste It Leaves
At first the effort is made to make you feel welcome. There are conversations, your contact details are taken and sure enough not long after that you get a message asking how you are. When you return there’s the recognition and the same welcoming attitude as there was initially. Once more your welfare will be […]Read More What Will You Be Welcomed To?
How are you going to leave? You could just walk out without saying anything. You could begin a series of conversations in the hope of establishing a transition period. You could develop an exit strategy that over time would allow you to leave in what might be considered an honourable or amicable manner. You could […]Read More How Are You Going To Leave?
There are times when I’ve come across comments about the way things have worked in a given place. It has made me wonder, though, what if all the criticism misses the point? What if the system is actually working perfectly fine? What if the results that are being experienced are the ones that the system […]Read More A Few Questions About Life and Systems
There are some hints and themes that pop up that give an indication of what might be there to work towards. The tabernacle was glorious and then the temple was glorious. Both of them were put together in ornate and considered fashion. They were splendid constructs designed to be a focal point for the presence […]Read More Working Towards
Commentators do quite a job. The action is going on and they have to be sensitive to it and be able to give guidance for the viewer on it. It’s a challenge on all media, but it’s got to be something in particular for the visual medium. Someone does something – the viewer can see […]Read More Giving Commentary: A Job Of Focus
I wonder if you’re familiar with this … “No, move it a little to the left … No, no, no,, now you need to shift it to the right a bit more … Lift it a little … not too much … Oh now it’s slanted … No it’s slanted … diagonal … no, not […]Read More Adjustment for Alignment