Yes! to Care — Anna Blaedel, USA

Care. Tender care. Soul care. Spiritual care. Material care. Collective care. Not self care, no. Or, rather, not only self care. Because no self is separable from the multitude of our relations, and we are made for murmurations, and our lives and legacies and futures are bound up together, even now, even now. So, yes, […]

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Home, where are you? — Tarek Abuata, USA

When I was just a Queer Palestinian child, I didn’t know any better; God was multicolour. Feeling Their facets and hugging their multitudes of love, All was just being, nothing made of. Palestinian and Queer was a Tibetan Bowl’s ring, That I heard sung in the womb of Rumi’s wing. See it, right there on […]

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Tuning into life is a practice — Anna Blaedel, USA

Loving is sharing in beauty. Living is sharing in the earth’s great cycles–life and death, crucifixion and resurrection, germination and bloom, sorrow and wonder and solace. Our sorrow is deep. Our connection, pulsing too. Practicing resurrection is recognizing the love that flows through the heart of the world. Being alive is a gift. Tuning into […]

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