“Centric Balance”

June 14, 2012 By: Erin Block

There is a center, an anchor, where while maybe everyone doesn’t agree they can at least see both sides. And perhaps over the years, they will come to call that place home, or at least grow more comfortable visiting. As children, we’re taught compromise and to share, yet as adults we soon forget, writes Sean Sanders at Up the Poudre. “The ‘Have it your way’ mentality makes things way too easy, way too one sided. Even Dominoes is selling pizza you can’t personalize.” (No, you can’t add peppers to that.) Yet it’s only through coming to the middle ground and affecting compromise that we’ll find balance and health for our waters in the end.