The GAP is about letting go of our deeply ingrained habits and assumptions. It is about urgent questions that we must continue to ask ourselves: who or what do we exclude? What don’t we see? How do our devices and our data reinforce that blind spot?
Is it possible to bridge the gap somewhat? Can we – now that we are aware of our narrow view – make room for wonder, for new “spaces of experience”?
I argue that we dare to look at the constant fluidity of our existence and the eternal new ‘possibilities of being’ that this awareness offers.
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