(Is the wrong question) Of course you can.
Thanks Sarah for your stories and prompting. So important your reminders and encouragement to reflect upon ourselves and our places in the rapidly changing environment. As you quite and mention, yes we all can do hard things when called on. Sometimes it starts at home where we learn about community in family. Sometimes it works, other times it can be quite traumatic. But we can all do something and really need to reflect and question ourselves, just how. (so again, thanks for your prompts) As well trained followers of society, diligently fed by advertising and higher layers of authority, most have handed over their power and initiative to those who say they are taking care of business; the same people who tell us that we are the polluters and not the companies which need to sell us their stuff. Sort of like white mice hypnotised by a snake looking us in the eye. Love your writing and drawings
Not sure if this is true or not but I heard that Obama had a plaque on his desk that said "Hard things are hard" 🤣❤️
The Guardian [I'm reading U.S. edition] has an article about city in Germany that is only one in Europe proclaiming it's zero waste. Very interesting.
Article title; The zero-waste city: what Kiel in Germany can teach the world
This one really resonated for me. Thank you for doing the hard things and making them fun and hanging in there, Sarah! 💚