I remember when the Woolsey Fire hit our neighborhood. It was terrifying and I was so afraid. The lovely Santa Monica Mountains were raged by a wildfire to such a terrible degree. I thought it would never end but it did. Nature is slowly recovering.  Our communities are still feeling the loss…. Yet holding on to our thread of life makes what we endured meaningful. One cannot deny that nature can be a powerful monster. The elements can take away our sense of balance and hope. Yet again we can not let go of the thread of life because we are part of this, and we will go on regardless of life lost and how nature is damaged. Bless us all.

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Michael Meade speaks of a thread that we need to hold onto in these changing times. It is a sobering podcast that shares hope. He does not look away from our individual or collective shadow either. We must acknowledge and not deny what we are facing now during a pandemic, wildfires, and political rage…

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Michael Meade Podcasts, Three Pieces of Wisdom

https://www.mosaicvoices.org/podcast


Here are two posts I did a few months after the Woolsey fire…. I know in my soul that nature never lets go of the thread.

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Woolsey_Fire

https://hudleyflipside.com/2018/12/18/a-restoring-appeal/

https://hudleyflipside.com/2019/08/25/resilient/