Imagine how different our world would be if this intention guided our communities?

Imagine how different our world would be if this intention guided our communities?

I have the good fortune of participating in a Highlander workshop series called “Mapping Our Future: Economics and Governance.”

In this workshop series, we are learning about a solidarity economy which is defined as:
A global movement to build a world that puts people and planet front and center, rather than the pursuit of infinite growth and profit maximization.

Please take a moment and let those words sink in: a world that puts people and planet front and center. Can you imagine how different our world would be if this intention guided our communities?

One of the most radical acts a person can do…

One of the most radical acts a person can do…

One of the most radical acts a person can do is to hold space for another to voice their pain.

Holding space with the intention of deep listening facilitates healing, and in turn, creates well-being. Imagine living in a community where you could easily find a person who would be willing to hold space for you. What would shift if folks had consistent and dependable access to compassionate listeners?

A practice for wellbeing.

A practice for wellbeing.

Today I share a simple but profound practice to support wellbeing. You may repeat this practice as often as you wish. You also may enjoy journaling or drawing upon completion of the practice.

When a garden is so much more…

When a garden is so much more…

I’ve been slowly slurping up the wisdom found in Masanobu Fukuoka’s The One-Straw Revolution. Several times a week, I read from Fukuoka’s collection of essays, which on the surface, are about how to garden naturally. Below the surface, his words reflect a spiritual path to walk softly on the earth.

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