Haiku – keeping score

keep score


Results may vary

Yet keeping score closes hearts

Find your Middle Ground.



When we engage the analytical mind, we start to close down our ability to empathize.

Aways reminder what is at stake behind the counting, and keep our hearts open.


To find out more about finding your middle ground, please click here.

35 thoughts on “Haiku – keeping score

  1. True, true.
    As a winter activity at our library, I hosted a Scrabble group for all ages. It was for socializing and wordplay, but with no scoring. Every single adult that showed up was keenly disappointed that we weren’t scoring and had trouble just letting go and have fun. Not a one returned in subsequent weeks. The kids, however, loved it. It was rather eye-opening!

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