An Avalanche of Change

We’ve just had the results of the UK referendum and by a small majority Britain voted to leave the EU. It was a potentially surprising result, and at first it threw me a bit. I voted to remain, because it felt like the choice aligned with inclusivity, community and expansion. I spent some time in the allotment today and had a chance to feel into this result some more. I was surprised to find I feel excited, as if an avalanche of change has begun, more massive and expansive than any of the politicians involved could have anticipated. It’s as if this has begun a transformation of the structures at a deep level, calling out to finally heal the storylines of bloodshed and trauma that Continue reading An Avalanche of Change