As the summer chugs on, Alessia enjoys a respite from the pandemic as Italy adjusts socially, remaining vigilant and planning ahead for the winter.
Kai ruminates on the justice-oriented social movement of 2020 as the pandemic chugs on.
MC ZULU discusses the necessity of building culture, on the path to a just society.
Josette manages to pull off a move to a new home ahead of schedule to beat the reimposed phase one lockdown.
Kai contemplates life, legacy, death, and Momento Mori as the pandemic rages on and the anti-masker mask holes mount a defense to sanity.
Kai’s niece Eden writes the Olympics of Chinese student college entrance exams, on a rainy day, in a very special year.
Alessia experiences the joy of traveling Italy in the age of COVID, with masks and distancing but a lovely summer adventure nonetheless.
Charmika considers ideas as old as time: liberty, freedom, wealth, and what it means to be human at this challenging junction from her stoa in Tokyo.
Alessia discovers the sunshine, a new phone, and some good connections, feeling peaceful.
In the eye of the storm, Kai swims for shore.
Josette contemplates going farther from home, but Argentina is reporting the highest daily cases yet and looking at a six-month lockdown.
As Italy heals, and recovery is on the horizon, Alessia heads to the mountains to breathe.
Far from disillusioned, Rhett feels we are on the precipice of a great new journey.
Masia discusses her feelings growing up as an immigrant, a life as a hip hop artist, and her respect for BLM.
What happens when the will of the people support a protest? We work together.
In the midst of the largest civil rights demonstrations in history, Stephen ruminates on perseverance and power.
Aliya calls upon the spiritual community to listen with their hearts and not rush to judgment on the processing of other’s trauma.
Alessia is exploring farther from home, hiking and dining as Italy allows extensive travel and activities.
MC Zulu ruminates on the competing interests that jostle for branded “truth,” the loss of close friends, and social distance.
Josette makes an emergency dentist appointment only to see …crowded streets … and decides it’s time to move.
Social distancing, proper hygiene, that’s stellar, but what really works in China, Singapore, South Korea, and the Czech Republic is that everyone, every single person, wears a mask when they’re outside their home. Every one, every time. https://masks4all.co/
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