Critical Practice: Practice critically. Challenge the simplistic, nominal, and conceptual bias common in our time. Avoid borrowed culture and question the value of precedents. Search for work that springs from the soil, weather, economy, local craft, and social context. Cross boundaries. Create surprise, joy, wonder, and desire for social, economic, and environmental health. Build resistance to the endless structures of authority and instruction that frame social divisions and constrain the power of diversity.  Empower the possibilities of individual growth.