As is necessary these days and a reminder of how should all slow down to truly listen to the answers from the question, “How are you?” How we are with each other is one consistency amidst so much destabilization. The fact that we all interconnected is undeniable.
This past month, and much longer for many, have been trying, tense, and for may across the planet, grieving times. In this essay, I ask you to think with me about what the intensity of this pandemic teaches us about the structure of our society, the potential for changing quite literally how we are with each other, and hope as a discipline to be developed and practiced.
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