To those who thrived during the Pandemic: what’s next?

Many people went back to the drawing board and created something new. Now is the time to do it again.

For many whose bodies or brains were exhausted at the start of the Pandemic — perhaps due to chronic physical pain, perhaps due to neurological divergences — the shift to online engagements has been an immense relief.

I haven’t seen data on this, but I’ve heard dozens of antidotes of people with various forms of “disabilities” who were immensely relieved to not have the expectations of engaging with “normal society.”

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Sara Jolena Wolcott, M.Div.

Sara Jolena Wolcott, M.Div.

ReMembering and ReEnchanting our world. Retelling Origin Stories and other myths and truths. Entrepreneur, legacy advisor, and unconventional minister. Healing.