While the bombs were dropping in Sarajevo, a cellist sat in the middle of the square playing. He was asked, “Why are you playing the cello while bombs are dropping?” The Cellist said, “Why are they dropping bombs while I am playing the cello?” — Holly Near
Daily Practice: We need our creativity now more than ever. The war economy keeps us locked in our habits, overwhelmed with too much to do, keeping us from the time to imagine and change our habits. What can you do today to break a habit that is forced by the war economy? Can you carve out the time to imagine what you can create for your Local Peace Economy?
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