Always Decentring

To “decentre” is to question current power structures. Who is currently in focus and calling the shots? Are they meeting the expectations required of that central position? Is it time for a replacement?

It’s not always about people in charge. What is common practice, and should we look at changing that? Do traditions in place exclude people and therefore need updated? Sometimes old patterns retain their position of power and we need to ask ourselves if that way of working still… works.

To me, this is what getting uncomfortable means. We fall into old patterns and become complacent, and when we look at how our routines need to change we get uneasy. That is necessary work, not just for the revolution happening right now, but for each day moving forward.



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