From Darkness to Thrivability

I have been championing thrivability for almost a decade now (since February 2007). What a journey! Lately, I have felt a struggle to champion it in the face of loss and change and setbacks. I feel, even implicitly, the pushback — usually unarticulated — about “daring to talk about thriving in the face of loss and crisis.” So maybe[…]

Playing with the Profane and Divine

Are we animal or are we spirit? Reading David Whyte’s poem on maturity, I am reminded to be in the past, present, and future simultaneously. Can we also hold both the profane and divine simultaneously? MATURITY is the ability to live fully and equally in multiple contexts; most especially, the ability to courageously inhabit the[…]