“To be alive: a small victory. To be alive, that is: to be capable of joy, despite the goodbyes and the crimes, so that exile will be a testimony to another, possible country... Joy takes more courage than grief. In the end, we are accustomed to grief.”—Eduardo Galeano
Let joy be the muscle you build this year. In the hardest darkest places I go, what I find most is joy. It is the celebration of this precious life. If we are going to be growing conditions conducive for life, first it must be alive in us. What can you learn about joy today? Share the joy and what you learn with your community.
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