Crisis & Hope
“If you do not change direction, you may end up where you are heading.” – Lao Tzu
So where is the hope?
Prolonged heat waves, economic instability, flooding and more frequent storms, supply chain disruptions, wildfires, and political divisiveness.
Around us we observe and feel the effects of many systems in varying states of collapse. Around us, and often within us, we feel the destructive effects of un-acknowledged power and privilege.
Climate reports inform us that things are happening in worse ways and faster than predicted. The cost of our previous inaction means worsening conditions for many years to come.
So where is the hope? What can I do?
The world ahead will NOT be “more of the same.” We need to adapt. And that could be great news! Each of us has an essential role to play in un-learning harmful patterns while choosing the more ancient and emerging practices.
Project Adapt offers a method for processing our range of feelings and sharing the resources of our lived experiences so that we might create collective resilience, together, in the places where we work, play, learn and live. Let’s adapt!