Life isn’t about
Life is about
—GEORGE BERNARD SHAW
There comes a time in every caterpillar’s life when he lets go of what he knows before he sees what will come next. To advance to another stage of his life, he turns inward, entering a unique place for transformation: the chrysalis. Inside the chrysalis, his fundamental structures will break down. Others will form. Bits of the original will carry on, while others get left behind. At the right time, he’ll knock at the inner door, prepared to meet the world again. As we all know, he’ll expand into life anew, as a butterfly.
Individually and collectively, we find ourselves in a chrysalis of our own. We feel old structures breaking down. We experience ...