Sustaining the Gaze Towards Interdependence (Part 1)
mařenka cerny

Mařenka, I appreciate that you write in ways that reveal an understand that more insight appears if we frame the current state of things as not one of inevitable decay nor conversely heading toward a utopian ideal. You seem to allude to a conclusion that the greatest clarity can come from considering what we experience are the signs of evolution, a mysterious, fierce, inefficient tumbling collision of so many forces.

It is critical to perhaps allow the indifference of the universe to our own concerns. Sadness, disappointment, anger, and especially self-righteousness that can come from of a comprehensive reflection of reality are human reactions. It is easier to lead, make real change, to influence others from a place of clarity, rather than heightened emotional reaction. Thanks for speaking to that.

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