Chemicals React. People Respond.

When it comes to the way you live each day, do you spend more time acting or reacting? If the latter, what one commitment can you make to be more intentional in the year to come?

Alicia K. Anderson

I find it interesting that my synthesis work from the Quest‘s second week 2 synthesis and the first week three prompt are so completely aligned.

Here is what my Venn diagram looks like for week two:

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Here’s today’s Prompt is from Johnathan Fields:

When it comes to the way you live each day, do you spend more time acting or reacting? If the latter, what one commitment can you make to be more intentional in the year to come?

I remember someone over 20 years ago correcting me when I used “mad” instead of “angry”in a sentence. “Only dogs are mad. People get angry.” It was an old-fashioned response to change in spoken language, but it stuck with me. I very seldom refer to my angry self as “mad” to this day.

In that same pedantic, weary voice, I want to tell myself “Chemicals react. People respond.”

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