Radical Optimism is not blind.

It exists in the tension between total overwhelm and outright denial, making holes in the wall and shining through.

Radical Optimism photo: c. bay milin - H
Community Saturday with Funkrust Brass Band photo by c. bay milin - Summer 2019

How to be radically optimistic:

Step 1  Tell the truth.

step 2  Recognize the work that's always been done, and is already happening.

Step 3  Find the things in your immediate

environment that you can do.

step 4  Celebrate and lift them up.

The Teaspoon Brigade, Prospect Park Brooklyn - Summer 2019

Courage is not the absence of despair; it is, rather, the capacity to move ahead in spite of despair.

- Rollo May

How radically optimistic are you, really ?
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Next Generation of Ancient Cedars in B.C.

Forest ecologist Michelle Connolly in an area of B.C.’s inland temperate rainforest that contains stands of ancient cedars, some estimated to be 1,500 years old. Photo: Taylor Roades / The Narwhal.

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