The intersection of people is where we as a society need to grow.  The growth of an individual is directly proportional to his/her ability to work with and share that knowledge through relationships.

Relationships and "intersections" require contexts.

  • Music "making"
  • Music "listening"
  • Religion
  • Family/Children
  • Work/Job
  • Neighborhood
  • Schools/Education
  • Life mechanics: banks, post offices, stores...

The number of relationships in each area fluctuates over time, and our individual and collective "journeys" but we must take care to remember that each intersection is precious. We can so easily be lured into thinking that more connections is more valuable.. In fact, we are not computers, or telephones, so the reality is that more "quality" connections are important.  We need the kind of connections where we actually know one another, care, and are willing to sacrifice for one another.  Love is manifest in how we interact with others.

GEEK SPEAK reference:
Metcalfe's law states that the value of a telecommunications network is proportional to the square of the number of connected users of the system (n2)


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