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Lead Your Best Life

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I’ve been paying attention to the details inspired in part by the IG account @sammytangir  This moss (or is it lichen?) is brimming with life.  And thanks to Richard Rohr for sharing the work of Joanna Macy in his newsletter today: “ Eco-philosopher, Earth elder and spiritual activist, Joanna Macy (b. 1929) promotes a transition from the Industrial Growth Society to a Life-Sustaining Society. She calls it the Great Turning, a revolution of great urgency: “While the agricultural revolution took centuries, and the industrial revolution took generations, this ecological revolution has to happen within a matter of a few years.” She is hopeful as she sees many participating in: “1) Actions to slow the damage to Earth and its beings [holding actions]; 2) Analysis and transformation of the foundations of our common life; and 3) A fundamental shift in worldview and values.” Now, in our time, these three rivers—anguish for our world, scientific breakthroughs, and ancestral teachings—flow together. From the confluence of these rivers we drink. We awaken to what we once knew: we are alive in a living Earth, the source of all we are and can achieve. Despite our conditioning by the industrial society of the last two centuries, we want to name, once again, this world as holy.” Joanna Macy and Molly Young Brown, Coming Back to Life: The Updated Guide to the Work that Reconnects (New Society Publishers: 2014) Agricultural Revolution, Scientific Breakthroughs, Three Rivers, Industrial Revolution, Lichen, Ecology, Conditioning, Turning, Alive
I will be doing my #IWD #pressforprogress post today but I really appreciated @susannahconway today.  I’ve got November 19th marked on the calendar!  #Repost @susannahconway with @get_repost ・・・ It’s International Women’s Day today 🙌🏻 Is there an International Men’s Day, I wonder? Because it strikes me they need supporting too. I look at my eldest nephew who a few years ago was living in his Elsa dress and even now still prefers “girl” things over “boy” things, and I wonder why is it that we praise a girl who wants to wear a Spiderman costume but a boy in a dress still gets disapproving looks (not from his family, obviously. We celebrate every glorious atom of his being). And i wonder how it will be for him as he gets older. Peer pressure will have an effect, no doubt about it. School. College. First job…. what is it to be a man in this modern world? Because women are still fighting for equality but we know how to support each other. Do men have that yet? Or are they still lone wolves hustling for dominance on their own, confused about how they should act? Are boys still being told to toughen up, to hide their emotions? Dating is teaching me a lot about the modern male — it seems the majority still can’t articulate how they feel. It’s a bit easier for the 20-somethings, but not the 40-somethings, so perhaps the millennials are bringing change with them. I hope so. Because for real change to occur we ALL need to evolve. 🙏🏻 . Edited to add: International Men’s Day is November 19th 👍🏻 . #metoo #internationalwomensday #iwd2018 #grownasswoman #ofcourseimafeminist Spiderman Costume, Elsa Dress, Peer Pressure, Do Men, First Job, Getting Old, November 19th
I will be doing my #IWD #pressforprogress post today but I really appreciated @susannahconway today. I’ve got November 19th marked on the calendar! #Repost @susannahconway with @get_repost ・・・ It’s International Women’s Day today 🙌🏻 Is there an International Men’s Day, I wonder? Because it strikes me they need supporting too. I look at my eldest nephew who a few years ago was living in his Elsa dress and even now still prefers “girl” things over “boy” things, and I wonder why is it that we praise a girl who wants to wear a Spiderman costume but a boy in a dress still gets disapproving looks (not from his family, obviously. We celebrate every glorious atom of his being). And i wonder how it will be for him as he gets older. Peer pressure will have an effect, no doubt about it. School. College. First job…. what is it to be a man in this modern world? Because women are still fighting for equality but we know how to support each other. Do men have that yet? Or are they still lone wolves hustling for dominance on their own, confused about how they should act? Are boys still being told to toughen up, to hide their emotions? Dating is teaching me a lot about the modern male — it seems the majority still can’t articulate how they feel. It’s a bit easier for the 20-somethings, but not the 40-somethings, so perhaps the millennials are bringing change with them. I hope so. Because for real change to occur we ALL need to evolve. 🙏🏻 . Edited to add: International Men’s Day is November 19th 👍🏻 . #metoo #internationalwomensday #iwd2018 #grownasswoman #ofcourseimafeminist