Sometimes, we owe it to ourselves to stop and learn again from “lower animals” what it means to affirm and be a companion.
We live in a world where we are increasingly told to be aggressive rather than truly assertive; self-affirming rather than affirming and authentic to one another.
Is this the world we want to make, where our need for together-ness is met through likes on Facebook or followers on Instagram, as loneliness pervades our culture?
I found this in my email this morning from Seth Godin:
It involves change and risk and thought.
At Roses in the Alley, we have chosen what we feel is the important work.