Day 9 – “loss”

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Today’s word for writing is “loss.”

On pathways to collective flourishing, what losses arise?
What are some examples of the losses justice movements endure?
What, if any, losses have you accrued because of stances you’ve taken?
How do you tend loss in your own life?
How do you show up for people facing loss?
How does fear of loss keep us from opening up to change?

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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