Hardship is an opportunity to reshape our stories and our identities.  Facing a global pandemic, each one of us on this planet is united in hardship regardless of economic status, gender, nationality, or any other superficial category that regularly separate us. How we approach these challenges, individually and collectively, reveals the depths of our intentions and invites an opportunity for radical change.

Berry Liberman, Co-Founder & Creative Director of Small Giants and publisher of Dumbo Feather, illumines the bright side of hardship by sharing her personal experiences as citizen of Australia through the recent devastating wildfires into the COVID crisis. Berry sees these catastrophes as a way of confronting our own mortality, urging us to hunt for deeper truths within ourselves and to lead fulfilling lives dedicated to service, love, and connection to humanity and nature.

“Imagine an economic system we design coming out of this, when we move back into reintegration that is informed by the shock of the ordeal to include humility. What would an economy look like if we were conscious that death comes to us all, and therefore, we are a part of living systems?” Berry Liberman


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