9 thoughts on “Disruption

    1. Yeah, I think reverberate is a good word to describe how connected we all are whether we like it or not. But it is also useful in seeing the cause and effect of all our actions, innovations etc. Whether we are talking about politics or technological and digital disruptions, I often wonder if we realise what this means for all of us. I guess this is also about the fact that while we may think we are unique in the experience of these changes, that ripple seems to be happening worldwide. Always good to see you Joan.πŸ˜€

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  1. Indeed, it is worldwide.
    After reading it, my first thought was about the obvious disruptions that we have been seeing, but then, I thought about the disruptors in the form of folks who are wedging their feet in the process and disrupting the entire process from a larger perspective.
    Great piece Sis 🌹

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    1. Hey Gwin, good to see you. I was thinking about you the other when I posted a song called Georgia Rose. So here you are, right here, my Georgia Rose. I saw that you were taking time out. I am keeping a low profile too, trying to get my life in order.Damn these disruptors of every kind!πŸ˜€

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      1. Awww…to be thought of in such a magnificent way is nothing short of a blessing! Thank you Chevvy!
        And I am laughing out loud about those damned disruptors! LOL!!

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    1. Yes, they are, whatever systems are impacted, they affect us on a personal level too. I heard the other day that the work of psychologists is booming. Something has got to give eventually. But for today, hope that you are having a beautiful day!πŸ˜€


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