Research Cycle

 Vol 8|No4|April |2012
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Without stillness, it is difficult to do the deep thinking and questioning that leads to understanding.

In this chapter from Jamie's most recent book, Lost and Found, he explores the relationship between quietude, pondering, wondering, questioning and wandering.



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