We cannot be silent. We cannot be gentle in our opposition.
They can be joyful, as in giving birth to a child after 9 months of pregnancy.
They can be fearful, as in changing careers.
They can be sad, as in losing a loved one.
They can be uncertain, as in retirement.
They can be frustrating, as in ending a relationship.
No matter the ending, reactions boil to the surface attempting to find an outlet without crippling you emotionally, physically or mentally. Maybe you want to scream with delight or bellow with disgust.
So that is where we are today in our world. Be you in Ukraine where unprovoked war erupts, or in the United States where inaction by government leaders, rulings against the majority’s desires, evidence of misconduct by trusted leaders, and unfair inequities and inconsistencies are overlooked, we find ourselves battered by unforeseen endings.
We seem unprepared to find solutions, to know how to move forward, and what…
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