I’m under orders, under someone’s authority, if I’m a subordinate: I am of inferior rank than that of the authority giving the orders. That’s what is meant by being of the rank of subordinate – being under orders. But being under orders has a wide variety of meanings. For instance, the phrase represents the start… Continue reading Being a Subordinate
Bit of a contradiction here, no? Being unruly, whilst being calm: doesn’t sound like a viable combination of moods, does it? How can you think or meditate deeply, or be especially mindful at the same time as being disruptive, obstreperous or disrespectful? One seems to rule out the other, doesn’t it, when we’re usually pretty… Continue reading Contemplating being insubordinate?