To
the
Winter
School,
Glasgow
2008 If,
during
your
devising
process,
all
you
manage
to
satisfy
is
yourself--and
you
have
not
worked
to
join
your
voice
with
others
whose
points
of
view
diverge
from
yours,
to
find
a
meeting
place,
to
express
the
multiplicity
you
represent--then
you
have
not
pushed
beyond
the
borders
of
the
obvious.
When
you
work
to
stitch
together
fabric
from
divergent
points
of
view,
unless
you
have
managed
to
weave
together
your
own
threads
and
those
threads
you've
never
previously
been
caught
dead
with,
you
haven't
left
your
sheltered
bunker
of
a
pre-set
life
and
your
fashion-minded
standard
thought
patterns,
you
have
skated
by
once
more
on
an
improvisation
but
you
haven't
built
anything. One
day
you'll
find
that
all
of
the
tiny
moments
like
these
have
added
up
to
20
years
and
what
you
have
is
the
residue
of
how
you
were
able
to
negotiate
and
respond
to
each
opportunity
for
interaction
with
others--I
think
you
want
to
make
each
worth
your
effort
and
worth
the
effort
of
those
around
you--you
will
find
in
days
to
come
the
people
you
took
workshops
like
this
with
are
your
colleagues
for
life.
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