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A new week, reader—hello again from Composure
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In a quiet place you could look deep inside yourself and maybe find a young symphony of feelings and emotions, hopeful but disorganized. Consider it our jobs as conductors to bring them together with artistry: highs at the right time, lows at the right time, working together in an orchestra we lead each day. Johan Halin's Circlo clock might be useful in this way; ambient sounds and sights set to the rhythm of the clock, most calm at 1am/pm.  

But perhaps calm is less like a rapid movement and is best considered an insistent undertone instead, as Jeffery Michael Austin tells us with a piece from his series Eternally Composed. And in this way we need not wait for it, we need only listen closely and notice it. 


And for a non-musical exploration we can turn to Skip A Beat, an iPhone game designed to help one practice calm as it reflects your heartbeat throughout increasingly intense gameplay. 


As part of my own efforts to find rhythm in calm, each Composure scarf is made and worn to reflect on the stories of people with perspectives worth embodying. Scarves and stories at alwayscomposure.com

Your insistent undertone, 
K
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Uncertainty plagues all meaningful pursuits; if we are to do our best work in the face of uncertainty, perhaps we must first hone perspectives that allow us to stay the creative path. This week, calm. 
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