Patterns and Processes
There is a pattern to almost everything in life.
Find the pattern and it releases you to discover the outliers.
Or to become the outlier.
Ignore the pattern and everyone is an outlier.
Certainly that’s another way to view a pattern: everyone is an outlier. Everyone is unique and divergence is only when we share commonalities.
So where do you start the process? Do you start with what we have in common or do you start with what makes us unique?
The starting point shapes your worldview but the process shapes the world.
Either way...just start the process. Connect with others and you'll figure it out along the way.
Until Everyone Hears,
*This photo was taken at the Salvador Dali Museum in St Petersburg, Florida. Dali used Fibonacci spirals and sequences in several of his creative works. A Fibonacci spiral starts with a rectangle partitioned into 2 squares. In each step, a square the length of the rectangle's longest side is added to the rectangle. Since the ratio between consecutive Fibonacci numbers approaches the golden ratio as the Fibonacci numbers approach infinity, so too does this spiral get more similar to the previous approximation the more squares are added.
What are your thoughts?