Month: December 2020

community, mind, body, spirit

to infinite suffering, and beyond!

These feelings of helplessness, of loneliness, of creativity, of community, of longing, of fear; all of the feelings that have surfaced as 2020 has elapsed, collapsed, and relapsed, none of them are new. These feelings already existed in our world, in our carefully-ordered states of work and leisure. Loneliness, depression, anxiety, chronic fatigue, and other psychosocial malaises had long been growing pre-COVID-19, and didn’t show signs of abating over December 2019 (during what we now know was the dawn of the pandemic).

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