“Learning is not a process from which the learner can stand aloof, remaining fundamentally unchanged, as the possessor of her knowledge. Rather, learning – if it is true learning – is a process in which the learner’s present understanding, her present configuration of desire, her present way of being in the world, are at stake. […]
> I was always told not to play with my food. Thank you friend Alan for sending this photo – and many others like it. I think theologians call this “kenotic“.