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  • Writer's pictureCatherine Norton

Divine Reciprocity

When children play, they naturally take turns, while adults tend to become more rigid about their roles.

Accepting what others have to offer is just as important as giving.

There cannot be a tea party without both a tea maker and guests. There is no teacher without students, no writer without readers, and no doctor without patients. Everyone is needed to participate for everyone to activate their potentials.

No role is lesser or greater. All are important. This is divine reciprocity.

Challenge: Reverse a rigid role. If you always cook, lead, decide, etc., invite others to take that role while you receive.

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