When we face big, collective challenges in life, the intensity of the experience can cause our love, tenderness, and open vulnerability to contract for protection and safety. We can forget that we are also all loving, beating-heart creatures that are doing our best together, even when our best is collapsed, frozen, prickly, blaming, or even hateful. In critical moments, how do you simultaneously protect yourself and let others know that you're doing your best?
[image description: A cartoon parody of, commentary on, and homage to The Great Wave Off Kanagawa in which all of the human-like figures are rendered as hearts. Several long boats, with hearts peeking up over the edges of the sides of the boats, are carried along by a massive wave of ocean water that partly towers above the boats. There is a mountain in the far distance. Text reads: "The Great Wave Off Kanagawa."]
I love you already.
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