Interconnectedness is the foundation.

Interconnectedness is the nature of foundations—that the foundations in one area are also the foundations of many others.

The route in which we can reach many truths, including conclusions and breakthroughs, is by understanding the varied, multiplex layers deeply and therefore more broadly. That’s the essence of the concept of a foundation; cultivating core, fundamental values or elements that cannot be reduced or challenged, whether in our personal or professional establishments. When we reason from primary principles, when we grasp interrelationship not by comparison or account, we can see a better way of doing things.

We construct something more substantial and operate from what we know is authentic and available to us. An empirical example would be in nature anatomy: every flower, tree, and mountain stand on the same foundation, namely the earth. Earth, too, depends on vital sources such as solar energy, water, photosynthesis, climate, insulating atmosphere, carbon, hydrogen, and so forth—all Life, both powerful and intricate as we, stand on the same theoretical base. By comprehending verticality and depth, you can relish the notion that everyone—everything—is somehow beautifully connected; and what seemed separate and disconnected incontrovertibly becomes part of the entire truth. Nature is evidence that the whole and sum total of everything is never the quality of one. Just as every leaf on a tree to which the branches are fastened by twigs, whose foliage depends on a trunk and the support of its roots. So too are people, principals, and ideas connected by universal systems and more profound truths.

You and I are part of it all.

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