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Day 3014: Should we be concerned?

When I read the news and witness people sharing loss, grief, and trauma in therapy, I often wonder “Should we be concerned?”

Should we be concerned that it’s difficult to know what we should be concerned about?

Should we be concerned about things we can control and/or things we cannot control? Should we be concerned that it’s difficult to know what we can control and what we can’t?

Should we be concerned that so many awful things — including racism, sexism, ageism, misogyny, classism, homophobia, transphobia, sizeism, denial, hypocrisy, greed, and shortsightedness — are in our system?

Should we be concerned about my images for today?

Should we be concerned about the Daily Bitch?

Should we be concerned that when I search YouTube for “should we be concerned” I see many concerning things ?

Here‘s “I’m Concerned” by the Pistoleros, with the late Arizona, USA, music legend Lawrence Zubia.

I’m concerned about what you’re concerned about.

Many thanks to all who help me share my concerns every day, including YOU.

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Day 2711: What you own

Today, I am owning

  • my mistakes,
  • my wounds,
  • how I have wounded others,
  • my power,
  • my internalized isms (racism, sexism, ageism, antisemitism, etc.), and
  • these photos.

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What do you own?

I continue to own gratitude for all of you.

 

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