Real social and environmental work, like real spiritual work, involves facing the darkness…accepting the truth that the journey will be hard and long, as well as full of unexpected miracles and unexplained magic.

– Llewellyn Vaughan-Lee

Possible Futures Regeneration, Connection and Values

Introduction

Editorial
A Story Still Unfolding
Rhonda Fabian
Keynote
Holding a Seed for the Future
Llewellyn Vaughan-Lee

Articles

Transition
From What Is to What If
Rob Hopkins
Earth Law
Thomas Berry and the Rights of Nature
Mary Evelyn Tucker and John Grim
Future Economics
Ten Economic Insights of Rudolf Steiner
C. Otto Scharmer
Service
The Unexpected Journey of Caring
Donna Thomson and Zachary White
Future Democracy
Re-Imagining America
Christopher Schaefer
New Paradigm
The Alchemy of Power
Joni Carley

Conversations

Presencing
Collective Trauma and Our Emerging Future 
C. Otto Scharmer and Thomas Hübl

Music

Restorative Justice
Freedom to Make Music
Hugh Christopher Brown

Essays

Responsibility
Global Social Witnessing
Adrian Wagner and Lukas Herrmann
Caring
A Cry for Help
Michael Gray
From a Kosmos Reader
Hopeful Essay Penned by Firelight
Cornelia Reynolds
From a Kosmos Reader
Active Hope | Time with Joanna Macy
Betsey Crawford
Consciousness
Healing the Wounded Mind
Kingsley L. Dennis
Beauty
Art in a Time of Catastrophe
Peter Reason and Sarah Gillespie

Poetry

Three Poems
Lee McCormack
Ephemera
Carrie La Seur
Two Poems
Laurel Radzieski
Our Scarlet Blue Wounds
Emmett Wheatfall

Gallery