At some point you have probably heard that if you drop a frog in a pot of hot water, it will immediately leap out. But if you drop the frog in lukewarm water and gradually raise the temperature the frog will die. It lacks the ability to rethink the situation, and doesn't realize the threat until it's too late. We did some research on that topic and discovered that it's a false story. Throwed into boiling water the frog will get burned badly and may or may not escape. The frog is actually better off in the slow-heating pot. It will jump out as soom as the water gets uncomfortably warm.
It's not the frog who fails to reevaluate. It's us. Once we hear the story and accept it as true, we rarely bother to question it. We listen to views that make us feel good, instead of ideas that make us think hard. Yet there is a great hope in rethinking. If we open our minds the truth may burn a part of us, but then we can be less wrong and have a higher ability to render ourselves properly in the world.
This blog is aiming to reevaluate our presuppositions. An invitation to let go of the part of you that isn't serving you well. We believe that anchoring ourselves in flexibility rather than consistency serves ourselves and the planet … better.