Discovering Context, Part 2: Listening for the Unexamined

The nature of being human shifts when we listen for context rather than for mere content. In part 1 of this two-part blog on the Importance of Context, I distinguished between the significance and decisiveness of context. We saw that listening, more than any other human faculty, is our access to context. This blog explores ways that listening is decisive.

Listening and Meaning-Making

Humans make sense of life in the meaning we assign to events. In a sense, we are literary beings. Things matter to us because they bring meaning to our DOWNLOAD PDF