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Pandemic Seedtime and Harvest

It's unlikely that we will have a formal "end' to the Pandemic, much less a return to circumstances-formerly-known-as-"normal." Still, we are safer today, with more options and control to shape our lives, than a year ago.

How can each of us learn from the last, brutal year in order to create a new, more just, hopeful, healthy, and joyous future? Here is a short essay of mine with several important questions for contemplation that can help you choose what to sow, what to prune, and what to reap from the past year:

Published in The Times of Israel - Pandemic Seedtime and Harvest


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