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The work for justice isn't charity work.
To what am I going to be loyal, and to what degree am I willing to suffer and sacrifice for that?
A lot of us are obedient to our egos. Every good thing I do has my ego in it, too. I have to constantly work on that, and pray and hope those good things are accepted from whatever good was in the intention.
There's no reason for us to constantly learn about each other from sources that don't have our cooperation in mind, that don't have our humanity in their focus. They're here to sell us stuff... We've got to get our ideas for ourselves and from each other.
We can't trust people whose goal is domination. We can't trust these people to inform us about each other. We have to learn about each other from each other.
We all have ways of understanding our spirituality, but if you get to the center of it, we're all unified...there's not a superiority in somebody's humanity of one person over another person.
Think about the way we're oriented, the way our minds are trained to think about things and about people.
From losing my mother, I've learned to stop. To allow more room for tenderness - towards others and towards my own self.
Bridget Watson Payne
Our power lies in designing our lives for ourselves on our own terms.
You really can get pretty far on audacity alone.
What brought you joy as a child is maybe exactly what you should be doing as an adult.
Magic is just waiting.
Your true work often happens organically when you're not looking.
Justice is not an abstract concept, but rather a daily practice.
Tenacity is one of our greatest assets.
Following your passion never really steers you wrong.
Acknowledge that when you are in grief, grief is what you are doing.
I lack the energy right now to do much of anything with my pockets of time.
We can get crystal clear about our priorities and make time for them.
Being an author and artist and illustrator — is — running a business.
The idea of my creative work as a business was in my head.
I have always been a writer.
Art is an engine of empathy.
It can be incredibly daunting to try and make change on a national or industry-wide scale. But, we realized that we had a lot of work we could do right in our own backyard.
Publishing is one of the last 'slow' industries.