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It’s the small things: how viral non-life may teach us a lesson in living

The harbinger of chaos and breakdown is also a signal pointing to an opportunity for creativity. In the experience of collapse, humanity has now more clearly received an invitation to step into a role as humble and always adapting participants in a deeply complex world. (Photo by the author: Demonio, unknown artist, 18th century // Museo Nacional de Esculturas)

The amount of disruption associated with the 2020 pandemic outbreak caused by the virus SARS-CoV-2 is immense.

Individuals, families, and entire societies currently find themselves in precarious situations shaped by both direct and derived effects of the virus, and the uncertainty of how it will all develop, even day to day, adds to the…

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Espen Malling

Espen Malling

I explore, communicate, and nurture regenerative worldviews and practices to help ensure a thriving future for all life.