"Californian scientists have identified the source of the sigh. It is not just a response to sadness, depression or despair: it is, also, they report, a life-sustaining reflex that helps preserve lung function.."
"There is friendliness with failure, seeking new information through experimenting. They are closing the gap between what they can currently do, and what’s possible. There is no “waste”, there is just the next thing to try."
A lifelong challenge to integrate into everyday practice, phrased beautifully by our friend Kate Conklin.