"A decision enacts a position of ultimate control by giving up the need to fearfully dictate the minor adjustments in major shifts." ~ ParKer Bryant Right before the Coronavirus outbreak in America, I found myself in a season of making solid decisions. Suddenly, there was a need to re-direct energy into more purposeful and defined space; limiting misunderstandings to the point of extinction from years of stalled conclusions. There was a force graced by consent to say, “okay, it’s over,” and also, “yes, please come in and examine me as I explore you.” No’s were solid and unable to be uprooted and permissions were granted without wavering. What was this newness of life?