Below are the best articles we could find on Fellowship and Community and interdependence.
Shelly Tygielski explores how consistently showing up for yourself first lays the foundation for our life’s purpose—showing up for others—and how to create your own self-care practice.
Pandemic of Love founder and author Shelly Tygielski outlines how radical self-care can change the world.
“When we are interconnected, when one of us heals, we all heal.”
Shelly offers a short meditation as a way of reminding ourselves that we don’t exist in a bubble. Whenever she buys something, even a tomato, she tries to stop and think about the provenance of that item.
Village as a field is a state of mind, a nexus of relationships, is constituted in the heart. It has many forms and many possibilities.
The heart is where we integrate what we know in our minds with what we know in our bones, the place where our knowledge can become more fully human.
There is no romance in being poor, but there is happiness to be found when you can find the richness in life.
This is in fact the foundational assumption behind our notion of universal human rights: we are all conscious, and thus we all have needs and we all suffer.
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