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In these tender and difficult times of a global pandemic, social and cultural upheaval, and the everyday challenges of life, we need – more than ever – to find ways to be there for each other. If, as Jacob Trapp says, it is language that makes us human, one half of language is to listen. How do we practice listening to ourselves and to each other? Deep Listening requires a hospitable heart, a compassionate presence, a willingness to hear another’s story without judgment.