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Resilience

A Brief Guide to Navigating Periods of Disorder

  Two-thousand-and-twenty has been quite the year. The coronavirus has ravaged much of the world, leaving human and economic suffering in its wake. Social unrest is rampant. The president of America is questioning the validity of democracy. Ruth Bader Ginsburg passed away, leaving a vacancy on the United States supreme court only weeks before an…

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The Case for Wise Hope and Wise Action

It is easy to be delusional and pollyanna. It is easy to be pessimistic and despairing. It is hard to accept a challenging reality for what it is—and to stay hopeful and take productive action in its midst.

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