1. A common feeling of ugh or dread upon realizing that technological “progress” and economic growth and “development” are the root of our predicament, not our way out.
2. A name for the anxiety and fear called forth when living in a coronavirus era that triggers an economic depression.
3. The mid-point between denial and regeneration . . . with or without us.
1. What opens up when we accept the inevitable, honor our grief, and prioritize what is redemptive, pro-future and soul-nourishing.
2. A fearless reverence for life and relative equanimity even in the midst of abrupt climate change, a global pandemic, and collapse of both the health of the biosphere and business as usual.
3. Living meaningfully, compassionately, and courageously no matter what.