Day 26 – rage

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Today’s word for writing is “rage.”

On pathways to collective flourishing, what is the role of rage?
What is your relationship to anger – yours and others?
What makes rage a source of transformation or destruction?
When has rage been present in your life and what did it say?
Why is it important to make room for rage – individually and collectively?
How does rage get misplaced? Onto whom? By whom?

Reflect. Meditate. Pay attention. Feel.
Then, write three lines of poetry.

May it be a prayer, a confession, an observation, a longing, a release, or a sensation – whatever is needing your tending today.

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