Relational World

Nick AdlingtonBlog

As individuals we live in relationship with others around us. Which highlights that as individuals, we are also part of groups, for example we meet others: in the shop, at the bus stop, in the office. Each of these meetings is unique, each interaction on any given day has its own energy. The contact we have with each other brings forth a vast range of emotions: joy, laughter, sadness, frustration, anger, curiosity, excitement, boredom, and much much more. Our growth and learning on an individual, group, and global level evolves from these experiences; what we make of them, how we process them, and how we resolve the contradictions and conflicts that arise out of such meetings.