A key characteristic of life is movement – and so we categorize life forms by how they move – through physical space and in and out of (our) life. We call life that moves upward and outward but not around on the ground trees and plants. We call those who fly through the air birds and most of those who swim in the water fish. We notice and group land animals by how many feet they have and how they are used to slither, crawl, walk, trot, gallop, leap, bound, hop, or jump.
It’s possible to move alone, but movement involves coordination, cooperation, and collaboration of every part of an individual entity – and constant communication with any others involved and their shared environment. Much of life is based upon and revolves around moving together.
The Relation-ships of Dating, Mating, and Marriage, Dancing, Loving, and Living (together) – especially as Friends, Lovers, or Partners – are often among the most important in our lives.
The name Movin2gether was chosen for this site with the following four ambiguities in mind:
- •movin’ together
•movin’ to get her
•move in to get her
•move in together
Movin2gether also includes, examines, and explores many other kinds of Relation-ships and interactions – with(in) ourselves, others, and our environment. Our planet has only one ocean, but many seas. Relation-ships also have many “Cs” – that are essential for Movin2gether.
Content requires context. Life is about our time in Relation-ships and experience of the “Cs”.
Seven Key Relation-ships for Dancing, Loving, Living and Working Better Together:
Other common Movin2gether Relation-ships include:
- •Court-ship (Dating, Mating, Marriage, and Parenting)
•Steward-ship, Guardian-ship, and Champion-ship
•Disciple-ship, Intern-ship, Apprentice-ship, and Wor-ship
•Owner-ship, Citizen-ship, and Sportsman-ship
•Censor-ship, Dictator-ship, and Hard-ship
Seven “C”s and Key Components Supporting Movin2gether Life Relation-Ships:
- •Chemistry – Contact, Connection, and Compatibility
•Communication – Conversation, Clarification, and Consent
•Cooperation – Coordination, Collaboration, and Consolidation
•Consciousness – Comfort, Challenge, and Choice
•Caring – Consideration, Courtesy, and Compassion
•Courage – Conviction, Congruence, and Consistency
•Commitment – Character, Conduct, and Contribution
Some other “C”s Considered in Creating Integration, Assimilation, and Synergy:
- • Control, Competence, Creativity
• Companionship, Camaraderie, Cohesion
• Commonality, Concordance, Communion
• Congregating, Consorting, Conspiring
• Charming, Courting, Convincing
• Conveying, Changing, Cherishing
• Consummation, Completion, Conclusion
• Climax, Celebration, Congratulation
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