Tag: quarantine

Covid Series: The World Needs More Humanity

Guest writer: Ellie Radford, Virginia I am quarantined in my little two bedroom townhouse in the little town of Radford, VA. At first it was just me and my cat Ringo here, but as this situation has gotten more serious, my boyfriend who lives… Continue Reading “Covid Series: The World Needs More Humanity”

Covid Series: The world Needs More Affection

Guest writer: Eli Crested Butte, Colorado The corona-virus came to Crested Butte, CO quite quickly, as it did for many communities around the country and the world. One day I was working as a cat-ski guide in a beautiful backcountry location, and the next… Continue Reading “Covid Series: The world Needs More Affection”

Covid Series: The World Needs More Love

Guest Writer: Emily Boone, North Carolina I am quarantined at my house with my two roommates.  This home is my sacred space. It has felt comforting, grounding, and humbling to spend more time amongst these walls and this little slice of the world.  It… Continue Reading “Covid Series: The World Needs More Love”

The World Needs More Stillness

In light of the COVID-19 Society Shutdown, our world is being asked to stay still. Across the United States bars, schools, and restaurants are closed for two weeks. Sports tournaments, festivals, and community gatherings over 100+ are canceled. We are asked (told, ordered?) by… Continue Reading “The World Needs More Stillness”