The more at threat we feel, the more we feel a need to draw boundaries.



Duties and responsibilities.

Even citizenship.

“What’s mine is mine,” as they say.

Yet, when we are operating with a fixed mindset, we are drawing boundaries thinking they are permanent. Forgetting in the process, that it is all arbitrary. It is all invented.

What if we instead didn’t draw boundaries that were more open to possibility? That invited people instead of excluding them. What if we considered a more inclusive approach?

No one said the way things are is the way things have to be.