Waiting. We’re sick of it. Sick of this pandemic. Sick of systemic injustice. Will things ever get better? How long must we wait? To quote the Crosby, Stills and Nash song: “Appears to be a long time/ Such a long, long, long, long time before the dawn.”
It sure seems that way, but we must not lose hope. Waiting doesn’t have to be a passive experience. It doesn’t have to be full of despair and anguish. It doesn’t have to be distracting ourselves as a form of relief from what’s going on in the world. It can be using the pause to tune in with ourselves, both individually and collectively, to go deeper, to figure ourselves and our responses out. We can bring the dawn for which we’ve long awaited.
How? Give a listen below.
Blessings on our shared journey!
Oh, and stay tuned for a special upcoming Zoom event to engage in deeper conversation about the pandemic, Black Lives Matter, and what these times might be trying to tell us!