What If Our Crisis Is A Birth?

In the wake of the Presidential race, I found myself sitting, imagining and feeling how witnessing that display would likely have left many feeling dumbstruck, bereft and terrified for the future of the US and of the world.

I was struck by how much of the process demonstrated the worst effects of “competition” on human beings.

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As a former lawyer, Anna merges material world memories, tales of transformation and embodied experience in articulating the future of collaboration

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Anna Margolis

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As a former lawyer, Anna merges material world memories, tales of transformation and embodied experience in articulating the future of collaboration

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