The fifth practice of Divign Thinking is Meaning. When take on the identity of leadership, in any worthy form, we are implicitly committing ourselves to learning while leading with a growing mind, not a closed one. Listen to an anthropologist living on the border as she comments on the missed opportunity for us to make vital meaning of our connection to the history of all species.
Conversations like this one happen when we follow our empathetic impulse to ask a deep question of another -- "why." Why anthropology? Why does it matter to you? What have you observed in the classrooms over the years ? (Conversation dated April 2, 2016)