I once visited Pueblo Bonito in the Chaco Culture National Historical Park in New Mexico. Chaco Canyon is the site of ancient ruins of some buildings, roads, and irrigation systems constructed by the ancestral Puebloan people. As I viewed the ruins, and as I thought about them later, I gained some important insights into the work many of us do.
The ruins known as Pueblo Bonito, in Chaco Canyon. Photo courtesy U.S. National Park Service.
My visit to Chaco Canyon gave me insights into the work I do. I can have that experience
whenever I take time to connect with whatever is around me right now. I can make connections
that will help me see things in new ways — and old ways that are new to me. Top