Oops, actually I did want to say something serious
Apparently, because I opened my last post with (an attempt at) humor, some people thought I was joking throughout the post. Actually I did want to share some things to inspire. It turns out I also forgot to mention lots of interviews I’ve given recently. I’ll list those here, then copy in the stuff I hoped people would read last time.
Here are the things I left out.
And here are the announcements I wanted people to take seriously last time.
1. A conversation with Benjamin Life on the Rise podcast on transpartisan politics, political healing, maturity, and what independence actually means when it fully acknowledges the truth of interdependence. Video, audio. The messages that emerged in this conversation are important for our time. Please listen/watch and share.
2. Next week I’ll be speaking in person at the Sacred Sons convergence, a gathering of 500+ men in Asheville, North Carolina.
3. I’ve joined the advisory board of an amazing project, the Indie Birth Sanctuary. The vision is simple: to provide a sacred space for women to give birth, an environment that will truly be life changing as women are held in safety and sovereignty. The founders are looking at a special and sacred property for its first home. The Sanctuary will also provide hands-on training and in-person apprenticeship for authentic midwifery students of the Indie Birth Midwifery School. As my readers know, childbirth has been an issue I’ve been passionate about my entire writing career. If you share my passion, consider donating to the Sanctuary’s crowdfunding campaign (or contact me if you have stewardship of philanthropic funds). Here is a video laying out the vision. It made me cry.
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