Guest editorial: The radicality of being OK

"God is a tree, quietly converting the carbon dioxide of our fears about the future, our regrets about the past, and our anxiety about the present into oxygen and light and shade for generation after generation after generation."

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What if, in a world of constant motion, upward mobility, breathtaking innovation and endless connectivity—a world defined by a stubborn fear of missing out on something, a world in which to rest, to take a day off, and to believe things will be there when we return tomorrow is tantamount to heresy—the very thing we need to survive isn’t more faith in increasingly bombastic and frenetic amounts. It’s quiet trust and radical OKness. 

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