Some days I feel the collective distress of systems collapse, ecosystems and financial/political systems... stronger than the beauty and optimism of the solutions I look for and share. It's a physical, emotional and psychic heaviness. I miss all the animals and plants that are dying in mass droves. I generally don't put much attention on the forces causing that destruction because it's my role to find and spread antidotes as fast as I can... but some days I get pulled under by just feeling the drought, the ocean chemistry changes, air pollution, and how sad so many people are at the drudgerous lives they live under capitalism / religious police state bla bla bla. So insane. The apocalypse is brutal :).
There are healthier ways, and those transformations are coming as fast as people are forced to adopt them as things collapse and as people and groups with foresight coordinate to shift to longer term and integrative perspective, and snap out of their reality frames to embrace diverse viewpoints enough to have a conversation instead of a war or wage genocide.