Silence As A Teacher

“We feel the virus already — it’s in the wind, it’s in the rain” Segundo explains to me, swirling his finger in the air in circles around his head as if he’s manipulating the weather, stirring a cosmic cauldron. “We’re taking care of it.”

What I propose here is that silence and stillness are necessary prerequisites to tempered, attuned action geared towards building a more beautiful, sustainable human experience on Earth. For

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David Price

I write about creativity, loving, language learning and psycho/spirituality. I’m a longtime painter and reader.