By now, you might have heard of an obscure branch of legal theory that got its start forty years ago at Harvard Law School. It's known as Critical Race Theory and is all about unpacking the social and cultural obstacles to a true post-racial society–even after the laws themselves might have changed (Civil Rights Act of 1964, etc).
Howard Thurman, the civil rights activist once famously said "don’t ask yourself what the world needs, ask yourself what makes you come alive and go and do that, because the world needs more of us who have come alive."
If you ever partied too hard in college, stressed a bunch, ate badly, and scraped through final exams, only to come home for break, completely flake out and sleep for a week while your mom coddled you back to health...
Happy Passover, Easter, Equinox and all things Vernal! It's the time of year for celebrating what was once given up for dead, now sprouting with renewed life. We've been at this little song and dance for thousands of years now, east and west
I realized something painfully obvious––that vague "6-9 months" of drift I'd placed wasn't right––it was a very specific 12 months, and it's been happening to all of us, slowly, insidiously, so incremental that it's really hard to note exactly how it has invaded and corrupted our minds and hearts.