With Eileen Soskin.
Image by Eric Ward on Unsplash.
Last year, we held our collective breath, trusting that Covid would end and we’d be back to something like business as usual even as we recognized that, for the sake of the the earth and all living beings, we need to learn new ways. That time of waiting, of putting things on hold, was a liminal space for us all, a time between times. Today, the future is no more certain than it was a year and a half ago, when Covid-19 first came on the scene. It feels like we’re beginning to emerge from the liminal space and move into a new normal, which frees us to be creative and move into the future, embracing what is both possible and safe in this time.