Some colleagues and I spent the afternoon exploring resilience in the face of disaster. We noticed that disaster takes place an many scales – the heart attack the demands a new normal in an individual, or a tsunami or fire that rips through a whole city or country. Whenever this happens, we somehow bounce back, stronger and more connected with each other.
Here’s a poem caught as we began our conversation today:
Disaster blows the blinders off
then a practice grows
mine and others
on a journey of
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