“Today like every other day I wake up empty and scared” - Rumi
Michael Meade reflects that he increasingly hears how a sense of discouragement has engulfed all kinds of people. To be discouraged means “to lose heart, to become disheartened,” and therefore lose the spirit for life. It makes sense to feel that way with the ever increasing size of storms that are simultaneously rocking politics, culture and nature.
In order to survive the current storms and troubles we need to turn to the deep resources of the soul. In this radical time of collapse and renewal we have to find ways to reconnect to the Soul of the World and tap into the deep resources of renewal that underlie both Nature and culture.
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