Human expression finds innumerable means for realization, from sticks, stones, pigments, and pen and ink to satellite streams, personal video, and conceptual art. Every means has an influence on what is expressed, but we assume that the expression itself is always unlimited; that is, its shape or size or intensity might be attenuated, but the kernel of any thought cannot be.
Is this true? For example, dance may be incredibly expressive, but is it not difficult if not impossible to describe what might have been possible through dance alone? The subjunctive mood seems particularly touch to render in dance. But perhaps it's not necessary, either.
Bill Caputo suggests motivation, trust and empowerment while Kent Beck suggests kindness, honesty and small increments. Both step back looking for a more universal truth. What orgainzational form provides both? twitter