2020 was the year from hell. Many of us lost loved ones forever, lost our jobs, or were simply not able to pursue what matters most to us. Yet, I said goodbye to 2020 this week with some gratitude too.
We are inherently connected to, flow from, and are dependent on all life on Earth. We could not be here without it. And yet, we do not just grow as with other life. We create.
Eating insect is not only an opportunity to expand our diets and find delicious food, it is essential for our sustainability and humane treatment of animals.
The Black Voters Matter Fund, based in Georgia, works to: “increase power in marginalized, predominantly Black communities. Effective voting allows a community to determine its own destiny.”
Maybe personal growth is more like a sculpture: the art is not to fill in or cover up, but to chip away at and hone what’s already there to more fully reveal myself.
In the simplicity and presence of her being, Winnie holds deep wisdom that I may never attain myself. But Winnie does not harness genius in the way that I and all humans do.
What if our minds continue to evolve throughout our lives, allowing us to manage ever-increasing levels of complexity? This is Adult Development Theory.
Georgia Democrats are asking that you join virtual phonebanks to help get out the vote for the upcoming Senate runoffs.
It’s wonderful – even vital – to celebrate and bask in victories. And it’s vital to detach and recharge when needed. But it’s just as important to know when it’s time to jump back in.
When I was in college, I liked to say something to the effect of: “Humans are the only species dumb enough to do harm to the entire planet.”