We all know fear can be paralyzing. It can be easy to get caught in a quagmire of panic and hopelessness with each new development that threatens people’s lives and promises to roll back progress. But if we lose hope, the opposition wins. Don’t let the corporate-dominated media and culture force us to give up hope for a society that works for all people. A society based on values of justice, love, and dignity, where all people -- of all races, income levels, genders, sexualities, abilities, religions, and countries of origin -- can thrive.
Articulating that vision is an important component of resistance. And a shared vision for a better world has been a cornerstone of social justice movements.
Take 10 minutes, an hour, an afternoon or evening, to focus your attention on developing and articulating that vision. Maybe you write a manifesto -- or a poem. Maybe you write an essay, make a painting, a video, or a bullet-point list.
Some questions to consider as you engage in visioning:
You can also check out our vision for a more just and sustainable world.
And share yours with us at firstname.lastname@example.org or below: