Tag Archive: making sense of death

Anchor, Ground, and Stand Strong

Dear Reader, In our last blog post we outlined the many ways we hope to be useful to you (and the world) as we navigate this new reality. You can find all our tools and learning opportunities on our website. Today we want to explain why we think these tools can help you anchor, ground, and stand…
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We’re Holding You Close and We’re Here to Be of Service

Dear Reader, We’re writing to you to let you know that we can’t stop thinking about you. While we’re taking care of ourselves and our families we’re also figuring out how best to be useful during these tender and tumultuous times. For the last four years our mantra has been, “whether you have days or…
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Making Sense of Life, Death, and COVID-19

Dear reader, I’ve been thinking a lot about how the Coronavirus informs my experience of making sense of life and death. Here’s what I’ve come up with.  While we’re in denial about our own mortality, we’re obsessed with stories about death and dying.  The way COVID-19 is affecting us varies from region to region but…
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Perspective is Knowing Life is Precarious and Precious

Dear reader, This past week I was a victim of fraud and it cost Willow a chunk of money. For several days I couldn’t shake how stupid and violated I felt. I had a sick feeling in my gut and lost my appetite for both food and work.  At the same time, there was a…
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Self Indulgence, Action, Attention, and 2-for-1 Workbooks

Dear reader,  How much value is there really in the act of self reflection? Aren’t we humans being overly self indulgent if we’re continuously noticing how we’re impacted by whatever it is we’re up to?  These thoughtful questions were posed to us recently by a workshop participant.   If we’re talking about self reflection in isolation,…
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