Crossing the Rubicon

Lucy Weir
7 min readJan 31, 2023
Photo by Szymon Michalczyk on Unsplash

Why does it matter what the land or people were like before now? Because firstly, we forget what things looked like so, so quickly, and this is like forgetting what a face looks like before it’s bloody, bruised and bleeding. It’s important to recall what health looks like. Secondly, we all know the old adage about failing to learn from history. How societies evolved is taken as a given: it’s conquest all the way. But that’s simply not the way it was…

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Lucy Weir

What if words shape ideas and actions? The ecological emergency is us! Connection matters. Yoga, philosophy, www.knowyogaireland.com. Top writer, Climate Change