December 2021

Another cost of COVID: Our collective sense of time

By Georgia Faye Hirsty April 20, 2021 – Today marks the day that all adults in US are eligible for the vaccine. Four months have passed since I began this article, I was a bit taken back when I opened the draft to finish and realized the gap. It felt appropriate somehow, for an article about time, its passage, and how unstuck it has felt. Spring is here. Wisteria and… Read More »Another cost of COVID: Our collective sense of time

Five Lessons For Imagining the Future

By Erinn Carter How to imagine a better world in the midst of uncertainty and suffering. Global Pandemic, wildfires, the rise of fascism…Did I miss anything?  For many of us, these past couple years have been a reckoning. We’ve learned that so much of what surrounds us must be re-examined and reconstructed. Many of the current structures and old ideas in place need to be voted out into a pit… Read More »Five Lessons For Imagining the Future