The way we communicate with others and with ourselves ultimately determines the quality of our lives.Anthony Robbins
We weren’t expecting satellite dishes in Fes, Morocco. But there they were. Filling the rooftop landscape one round white dish at a time. Forming spherical connections atop layers of centuries-old buildings. Reaching out to the world and accepting what the world sent in.
They dominated whatever tiny, squeezed-in, hard-to-fit-in space to which they were relegated. But no one cared. After all, the link to the outside world, to cyberspace, to others who were out there was far more important than preserving the view.
For “the way we communicate with others and with ourselves ultimately determines the quality of our lives” is true now more than ever. Stay safe. Stay home.