Parker Palmer on The Rosa Parks Moment
… they decide to live ‘divided no more.’ They decide no longer to act on the outside in a way that contradicts some truth about themselves that they hold deeply on the inside […] I call this the Rosa Parks moment.”
Read this book again. Especially if you’re 26-33 years old. It’s about these moments, about unfolding the crust and getting at what you’ve built over, what you were born with, what, if you look for it, is the True™ and Good™ vocation/career/job/work/stuff.