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A Point in Time

Author: Nuala Dent




We are at a point in time

The present moment, and near future, is no longer clear

Be it pandemic, war, technology, climate change

Across the globe, our lives and livelihoods have been recast


The present moment, and near future, is no longer clear

Our workplaces roil and churn

Across the globe, our lives and livelihoods have been recast

Navigating onsite, remote and hybrid working, we seek human connection


Our workplaces roil and churn

Colleagues come and go, some we have only met online

Navigating onsite, remote and hybrid working, we seek human connection

It feels too difficult, fatigue sets in


Colleagues come and go, some we have only met online

We slip past each other, avoiding inquiry

It feels too difficult, fatigue sets in

It is easier to detach, than to keep trying


We slip past each other, avoiding inquiry

We lose parts of ourselves, of each other

It is easier to detach, than to keep trying

Can we find, within ourselves, the courage to reach out, to reconnect?


We lose parts of ourselves, of each other

Be it pandemic, war, technology, climate change

Can we find, within ourselves, the courage to reach out, to reconnect?

We are at a point in time


The history of now: creating meaning (in the present moment).

28 November - 2 December 2022. In person, in Melbourne Australia.


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