It’s taken this season to teach me how to relinquish, if only for a few seconds, any illusion that I have control over things that I really cannot control--like the actions of the racist maniac in the White House.
Breathe into interdependence: an Earth Day meditationListen now | A 5 minute guided meditation on our interdependence, to celebrate and commemorate Earth Day.
Tamiko Beyer
in a global pandemic | In 2002 I was 28 and living on San Francisco’s not-yet-gentrified Mission Street. My tiny third-floor studio apartment sported a…
Tamiko Beyer
Poems in the pandemicListen now | I am deliberate, / each finger / slicked / with soap, each nail / scrubbed, both / palms pressed / together—a prayer
Tamiko Beyer
Reflections on COVID-19 and community | I ate an enchilada and read an article (via Ann Friedman’s newsletter) about how this is the time not to turn i…
Tamiko Beyer
The master's tools: audio versionListen now | In which you can listen to the latest essay about tools, Audre Lorde, Ani DiFranco, and AmericanDemocracy™.
Tamiko Beyer
I would rather my hands not be empty or grasping at splinters, but full of dirt and calloused from hammering. Do the oppressive machinations of America…
Tamiko Beyer
To be sure, sometimes order is imposed by lawmakers or monarchs, the church or the police state. But sometimes—maybe most of the time?—a new world orde…
Tamiko Beyer
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