September 8, 2017

Editors' Pick   

By S&P Team 

If you feel stunned or affected by the hurricane, flood, earthquake, refugee, nuclear escalation, and other news this week, you are most surely not alone. Viewing headlines or pictures of the Rohingya exodus or Irma's devastation, for instance, it was quite easy to feel that we slipped over some precipice we hadn't even known was there.

But "where there is ruin, there is hope for a treasure," as Rumi says, and one possible treasure that can emerge from disaster is resilience. We are grateful to be able to offer you an in-depth immersion into resilience -- the power to survive and thrive in spite of adversity -- through our new topic. You can explore 16 subpages full of resources that approach resilience from an array of angles, including:

... and more! May this treasure bring you a fresh wave of energy and courage.
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Book: Hygge  
Arts: Eva Hesse
Process Musings Blog: Panentheism and Peace  
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