More than ever it feels like the time to be building bridges.
Creating stronger bonds between our friends and family members. Showing kindness and support to our neighbours, and to strangers who we interact with each day. And even more so between nations.
Documenting your fears when they arise, and how you transmute or overcome them can be an important life lesson, and a useful mental tool to look back on in the future.
I’ve come to notice that however much we may deny or try to control it, most of us live our lives, still, governed by fear.
But what would it be to live a life free from fear. I don’t know about you, but I’d happily live a fear freed life.
Have you ever felt happiness and fear at the same time? Have you ever known courage and fear together? What about love?
All these things which enrich our lives don’t work if there is fear present.
What can we, and should we, learn from community support, aligned action, and mindfully respecting each others inner and outside worlds?
As someone who has studied Permaculture and Sustainability, making eco-living not only a satisfying & peaceful way of life, but a necessary operating system in order to feel secure, healthy, and natural, I am personally so grateful for the building, and more recent, media cover both in the news and on social platforms on climate change and what we are going to do about it as a collective.