Leaning in


There a variety of activities that we do that require us to lean in.

We lean in
     To move something.
     To kiss the one we love.
     To see a photo.
     To hear a story or good news.
     To reach down to help someone up.
     To hug someone in a warm embrace.
     To huddle and discuss plans.
     To ask for help from others.
     To extend help to others.

Leaning in implies trust. We are closing the distance.

Leaning in implies a lowering of defenses and becoming vulnerable.

Leaning in makes contact possible.

Leaning in can give you forward momentum.

Leaning in can change your perspective.


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