Six Degrees of Separation
We are just trying to end our internal six degrees of separation, and bring together all those parts and aspects inside of us that have been internally battling for many years and bring them all together as the people we truly are.
When having a private conversation in a public place--even a crowded New York City restaurant--you can never be too circumspect.
We never know exactly how many people are listening to what we say, watching what we do, or reading what we post... but we'd be crazy to think that it's anything less than a whole lot.
At last week's big soiree to celebrate Stockard Channing's prolific career, it seemed very fitting to call the event, "Six Degrees of Stockard Channing." In fact, after much calculating, it was discovered that Channing can be linked to every show on Broadway within six degrees.
Walt Disney sped up the tempo from the original version and made it more cheery, but it is arguably a simple message that we continue to strive for decades later.
It's interesting if you are really paying attention what you will see, and more importantly, what you will come to understand.
Most days we are going so fast that we need to stop and ask who in our six degrees can use our help? Who needs someone to listen to them?
In a globally interconnected world, what better vehicle for redefining tribal associations than a worldwide communications network?