What are you doing when you are doing what you are doing? This is the question that one of my mentors, William Harvey, routinely asks of his students. When I first heard it many years ago I did not think that much of it. It was witty and seemed like a good reminder of the importance of reflexivity. But it has stuck with me ever since and comes to mind in all the instances where I have encountered practices, including my own, that have become routine and unquestioned. This deceptively simple question provides a methodology for a movement. It provides the point of departure to re-form, re-examine, and re-do practice by considering: Why are we doing this? Why this way? How does it affect people both positively and negatively? Does it need to change? How could it be done differently?