Negativity and a sense of impending doom are common problems in our world of so much distress. I have discovered some strategies to deal with the negatives and embrace the positive possibilities that the future might hold.
Harold Kasimow’s new book, Love or Perish, explores the questions that still haunt those who try to understand how the Holocaust could happen if there is a God. Perhaps even more importantly, Kasimow relates his ideas about how interfaith dialogue can help to prevent another Holocaust from happening in our very divided and stratified global society.
When we begin to feel skeptical about the integrity of societal behavior, and a feeling of an impending misdirection of political and military decision-making, it’s time to consult our subtle intuition.
This time in the iPubBlog Charless Hess authors a brief yet powerful piece discussing how we can cope with the extremes, how to bridge difficult spaces, and perhaps above all actionable steps one can take to deal with polarizing views.
“We’re living in a time of intense ideological division, and it often feels impossible to bridge the gap. But can we afford not to?” In this post Stephen shares an excellent Podcast by the wonderful team at NPR Ted Radio Hour that discusses how we bridge the gap of communication when dialogue seems so far away.