When challenges don’t respect dogma
There are two kinds of heretics. There is the kind that wants to destroy orthodoxy. They will destroy the world to preserve their power and privilege. Then there are the heretics who want to destroy the obstacles to orthodoxy’s unfulfilled potential for goodness and beauty. They see the current social and organizational structures resisting growth and innovation in order to preserve a dead orthodoxy that needs to be buried in the trash bin of history. The orthodoxy of human creative potential never dies. It is living orthodoxy of hope and purpose. And is emerging from its slumber to show us the way forward.
Yes, in sensing rather than naming, measuring, determining, or any other kind of directing, we can discover and maybe even share in the experience of a thing. I think you nailed it.