To be Complete
From the online etymology dictionary
Complete – “having no deficiency, wanting no part or element; perfect in kind or quality; finished, ended, concluded,”
To be complete. Not wanting.
To complete a body of work. A work of art.
To know that nothing is missing.
In Syntropic World we use the model of a tensegrity structure to demonstrate completeness. A sphere can be created with sticks and strings – a combination of tension and compression.
Only when the last stick and string are added does the tensegrity structure hold its shape. Until that moment, it is unstable.
Integrity means oneness – holding its shape.
Anything that is complete is also in integrity.
As a creator, entrepreneur, artist, and human, trusting our sense of completeness is a skill to develop.
We can begin by practising the sense of completeness with other things.
The food we eat and how much. The decoration of a home. Styling for an event. The words spoken – not too many, or too little.
When we stand back from a body of work, there is a knowing. This is complete.
Photo Taken May 12th 2023