@JosiahRA it’s kind of horrifying - watching everyone get severe radiation poisoning- it’s really fascinating though
@Melissa yeah- it’s funny but also not funny - though we’ve had a lot of talks and things have improved.
@Heath that’s terrible. I know Maine is putting caseworkers in hotels with kids
@JessieGinger I know that pain!
@JosiahRA Sending good vibes your way
@MicahJS I’m so sorry
@Krismsheedy hiking is the best. I talked to my supervisor and she is letting me do some paperwork from home which has been helpful.
@RobertFrancis I voted other but I also want to state that my boyfriends bathroom was disgusting before I moved in and he still keeps old apple cores in his car. So I wouldn’t 100 agree that women civilize men- but also kinda yeah
I work with homeless people who struggle with addiction and mental health issues... and i’m So burnt out. Lately I can’t stand my clients and I just want to yell at them. I feel really ashamed of being so upset with such vulnerable people. I’ve had burn out before - but never this bad. I’m just not really sure what to do- I don’t have any time I can take off
@riayngrey I take nettle capsules year round and they tend to keep me ok- the only bad part is it takes weeks to build up in your system
Since college this Wendell Berry poem has been what I reflect on around Easter. I’m hoping to find ways to practice resurrection this season but what come keeps coming to mind is that before things can resurrect - they need to die.
As soon as the generals and the politicos
can predict the motions of your mind,
lose it. Leave it as a sign
to mark the false trail, the way
you didn’t go. Be like the fox
who makes more tracks than necessary,
some in the wrong direction.
I’ve always loved Easter- the idea of resurrection really resonates with me but church services with everyone wearing pastel dresses and passing out candy does not really resonate. I’m wondering if anyone has some alternative ideas for celebrating. I just want to honor the theme of what was dead coming back to life.
@Abbie haha. People used to say to use anger to fuel your run and I can convince myself anything i’m Angry about it not a big deal #9 too. Running in the woods works for me
@emkem I hear you there. So refreshing to hear people present ideas without dogma
I’m a runner/hiker/climber- I think Portland Maine in the greatest city in the world. Therapist. I keep coming back to the man on the cross.
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