Common Good Reader 8/20/2020

The push for a new economy in a society that values every neighbor requires living in the midst of contrast – on the one hand, the courage to imagine new forms of being, and on the other, the insistence to protest the way things are. To move into a life of abundance, we’ll need to both remember where we have been, and to dream, as Peter Block says, “of a future distinct from the past.” From our favorite pieces of the past week, we offer reflections of those divergent streams – grief and creation, memory and reverie.

Greg Jarrell

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