I get all choked up when I see young people in caps and gowns, uncomfortable shoes, with sweaty relatives hovering proudly nearby.
Renewed possibility fills the air.
One of the commencement speeches I admire this year is Al Gore’s address at Harvard.
He smartly takes down the threat to democracy and a “would be autocrat”.
He picks up steam when he goes hard on climate issues, especially after he puts a wind turbine in the ground, calling on Harvard to divest from fossil fuels.
He names what’s in front of us, and reminds us of the “abundance of hope”.
When we have an abundance of hope, we’re proactive and resilient. Al Gore demonstrated it powerfully.
A woman I spoke recently, told me “I feel drained and exhausted when I get home. Self-care is the first thing to go.”
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