This one is a bit more existential than usual. Fear not: I will return to productivity ideas and random pop culture references after this!
I needed this. Thank you. 💜🕯️
Thank you for being one of my bright lights!
Have you read Emergent Strategy by adrienne maree brown? She talks about how “small is all”, and I have been thinking about that a lot.
Thank you! I was just sitting here feeling frustrated that I don't seem to make any differences in the field while others working around me have done sooo much! I wish I could hear you on a podcast while I drive daily.
Blessings be upon you. This is a lovely, thought-provoking, gentle kick in the butt, reminding us to "do what we can, where we can, with what we have" (Roosevelt, I think).
I've often told my children that the best way to make yourself feel better is to do something kind for someone else. Time to take that advice (with a wee bit more spitfire for advocacy!).
I am almost 60 and Mr. Rodger's lesson can still speak to me, without me feeling child-like. Take a look at the Atlantic (or possibly Esquire) article about him - something like "Can you Say Hero?
Sorry that my take (which could be wrong, of course!) is that Mr. Rodgers lessons almost make you feel child-like in a demeaning way