Tag Archives: urgency

127 Hours – The Truth of Urgency

You’re trapped. Your arm is stuck between a rock and a rock wall.  For 127 hours. And in the end, you choose the only choice that will save you. It’s time to cut off your own arm.  With a swiss army knife.  This is the true story of Aron Rolston – and a surprisingly appropriate metaphor for many of us doing transformational work. The movie 127 Hours tells his story: a rock climber (played by […]

A Celebration of Death

“Death is not the opposite of life, but a part of it.” – Haruki Murakami It’s the Day of the Dead.  It’s time to die before dying. The first thing we do when we’re born is inhale. The last thing we’ll do when we die is exhale. Our death is a beloved for us to come to know – the key to our liberation. Literally every breath is an opportunity to remember.  Inhale: I’m alive, […]