I started with the interpretation process of my data this week and I feel lost. Lost because there are so much information. Lost because I feel very little and humble. Lost because I don't really know where I am going, what I am supposed to do. I have difficulties to see the bigger picture and to not deviate from my route. A few days ago I heard a song that talked me out of the soul and that I want to share:
"I sense so much and what I can give back is so little. But I can ask the questions:
How do we begin to know the unknown?
How do we come to see clearly (...)? (...)
There are still so many more questions - I am moving in them - they are my feet and my hands and they are what I give back."
Integral Silence - Jun Miyake
I think the lyrics speak fot themselves. When we collect data, we sense so much, there is so much information coming in. And I do feel like I can give back so little. What can you do in only 12 weeks of research? I guess all we can do is ask questions. Those questions will help us know the unknown and share it. Those questions will help us shed some light on our topic. We are moving with those questions, dancing with them and breathing them. And we can only give back even more questions. And for me, that still is the most difficult part. The desire to find fix answers obscured the view and misleads me.