We have lost the "we-ness" that holds things together. There is no generic "we" that we can count on being there, anywhere. Who comprises the "we" we call we? Who are we talking about when we talk about "we"? I'm talking about the fifteen, or so, regular readers/responders who drop in to see what I have to say during a week. We ground one another, center, encourage, focus each other for the work that is ours to do. We--as in everybody, everywhere,-- need sources of balance and harmony in out lives on a regular basis. Where do we--as in the fifteen or so of us-- find that beyond here? Music and the arts are a classic source, nature and conversation from the heart about things that matter, poetry and literature. I read the old (as in 500 BCE to 1,000 CE) Taoist masters, who talk about the same things that need to be talked about here/now (The important stuff never changes). Whatever works for you needs to be returned to on a regular basis. And if you can enlarge your "we," that will help, too!