Part of self-authorship is finding our way to a place of thinking (practice/faculty/solitude). When we act on things we know, it is hard (and not incentivized) to open up definitions and ideas for their meaning and further potential. Prompts can nudge us in that direction, invite us to integrate new understandings, and teach us about the decisions…
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