I haven't heard this one in a while but it has been on my mind lately. Maybe it's because I'm noticing that these days people at the KH are going the extra mile to vary their seating places in all meetings.
Having skipped meetings for a few weeks, I'm wondering if there has been a talk/article about that recently. That's one of the most laughable rules they made and I never felt bound by it. I mean....give me a break! I can socialise before and after the meeting, no matter where I sat.
Really want to know...has that rule ever helped someone, like making them to get closer to people they'd never have been close to? What in your opinion is the real motivation behind that pointless rule?
I'm thinking...maybe just a way to add some sort of variety to an otherwise boring, tucked-in-stone routine at meetings.