I’m writing to you the very words I need to be reminded of right now.
For the last two years it feels like the world has been upside down, in an irreversible kind of way.
When we thought the world around us couldn’t feel more crazy and uncertain, Russia’s attack on Ukraine throws what feels like the ultimate blow to our already worn out collective spirit.
In times like this, it feels tempting to give into despair and allow hopelessness to infect our own lives. Especially as real time footage invades our screens and we consume horror after horror for way longer than we should.
But adding our despair and hopelessness to the chaos is the last thing the world, our communities (and ultimately ourselves) need.
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The presence of uncertainty and sudden, extreme change challenges our very existence and has the potential to compromise our wellbeing if we don’t keep our minds in check.
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Are we grounded and present or are we stuck in the dream of disempowering perspectives and catastrophic visualisations?
2020 is setting a somewhat different tone for my life and this seems true for society as a whole.
I feel like we’re being called to drop our armour and stop pretending that we have it all together, so we can start healing our deepest wounds.
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It’s three o’clock on a normal Friday afternoon. In between my children’s giggles, I look at my phone and there’s a message from my stepdaughter’s school saying they were in lockdown following police orders due to a shooting in the city.
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