Have you noticed that the world as we know it is ending? And, no matter how much we think we can escape to some cozy little place away from all the chaos, the reality is there is no escaping this time of endings, death, and letting go. If this freaks you out, overwhelms you, or leaves you wondering, “well, what the hell do I do at the end of the world?”, then this episode offers a deep, empathetic, and enlightening look at how we can be At Work In the Ruins of what was.
Today’s guest, Dougald Hine, is a social thinker, writer, speaker, and the co-founder of the Dark Mountain Project and ‘a school called HOME’. His latest book is At Work in the Ruins: Finding Our Place in the Time of Science, Climate Change, Pandemics & All the Other Emergencies (2023) and he publishes new essays on his Substack, Writing Home.
Welcome to We Are Already Free, the podcast that empowers down-to-earth seekers to live their truth and be the change. I'm Nathan Maingard, breathwork facilitator, transformational guide, empowering wordsmith, and your host. Here you’ll find authentic conversations with everyday heroes who defy societal norms simply by living their rooted truth. Together, we are shaking off limiting beliefs and remembering the simple truth that we are already free!
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