1. The mid-point between denial and regeneration . . . with or without us.
2. A common feeling of ugh or dread upon realizing that technological “progress” and economic growth and “development” are the problem, not solutions.
1. What opens up when we remember who we are, accept what is inevitable, and prioritize what is pro-future and soul-nourishing.
2. Living meaningfully, compassionately, and courageously in the midst of climate disruption, ecological loss, and societal decline.