The topic we are venturing into today has really been on our hearts and minds, and the question is: why are people so angry at this point in time? Where do we draw the line between people being angry because they feel like their individual rights are being stepped on, and what’s needed to serve the greater good?
This episode is an invitation for each of us to have courage in speaking up about what we feel is not right, and to have difficult conversations about issues that matter. If we all just avoid these types of conversations because we fear others’ reactions, then we’re really missing the opportunity to learn and the richness of the dialogue that comes from broadening our perspective.
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