Tag: guest writers

What Does The World Need More Of? A Covid Series

For the moment we are stopped. Still. Waiting. Uncertain. Unified. For the moment, we are able to see through the veil of separateness. We are allowing ourselves to question the ocean of humanity and wonder: what do we need in these times? What the… Continue Reading “What Does The World Need More Of? A Covid Series”

Covid Series: The World Needs More Strong Local Communities

Guest Writers: Baer and the Lady Gainesville, Florida This outbreak has been refreshing. It has made me appreciate people more, the earth more, our food more, our home, our art. This is the most connected I’ve felt to my community in my life. Right… Continue Reading “Covid Series: The World Needs More Strong Local Communities”

Covid Series: The World Needs More Connection

Guest Writer Lace Lawrence, Washington What Can Be: Collective Connection  Self-Isolation. Social Distancing. Trails Closed. Life Stopped. This is what I keep hearing. What is being pushed out by the news, social media, and every email I receive. Here in Washington, we are under… Continue Reading “Covid Series: The World Needs More Connection”

Covid Series: The World Needs More Simplicity

Guest Writer: Emily Crane Lake, Minnesota I am quarantined in Crane Lake Minnesota. My husband, Michael, and I are supposed to be in South Carolina visiting my parents right now. COVID said otherwise. We are very lucky to be self-quarantined at Michael’s grandma’s cabin.… Continue Reading “Covid Series: The World Needs More Simplicity”