I teach what I’m in at the moment.
This has always been the case.
I know no other way.
When I’m through it, I’m through it; the material is stale.
What once was like absolutely profound could be a total “bit” if I repeated it.
I cannot follow a script. I mean, I could, but this would not be meaningful work for me.
And what would the point of that be?
A writer I read once wrote that she only posts about things once they are over and she has totally processed them.
I understand this, but it doesn’t work for me.
If I don’t do it now, including hitting the “publish/send/post” button, it never goes anywhere. Its relevance wanes and my interest in sharing withers.
That said, my practice of discipline lends itself to staying with things even when/ especially when they are challenging-interesting.
I only teach what I practice.