“So, I think at the end, I am at odds with the whole system. I am more like an artist; I have the feeling where you need to go. It’s like water. You don’t have a plan, but you have this energy. You have this sensitivity and urge to do something. So, you’ve got to flow from a high place. The willingness is there. The dynamics are there. The energy’s there. Then when you go, you have hindrance, but you just turn the corner and you go somewhere else and then you float right back to where you need to go, but you always go to the low places, where people need water, where people need nourishment. But, then, suddenly, you have to build that dyke just the way they specify. So, I am feeling that the system is changing me rather than support the vision and the sensibility that I have to make a successful organization continue to emerge as the organic village emerges.” From Grace and Fear, Chapter 2: Lily Yeh, Cleveland and Shifferd.