By Sarah Davis, Pearson Foundation
On the bus ride to the hotel after our last dinner together in Hong Kong, we all had a chance to say goodbye.
Then, Kathy Welling of EF Tours had us each all clasp our own two hands in the way that felt most natural. She asked us to pay attention to the thumb that was on top. She told us to switch the clasp. We were to notice how that felt, and to recognize that, while it felt odd, it didn’t feel painful; it was just different. We then shook our hands and