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  • Writer's pictureTrisha Lord


For something that does not exist, we can spend an astonishing amount of our time focusing on trying to ensure our future is secure.

One Saturday a few years ago, in London, men jumped from a van and started stabbing and killing people with long knives. In the same period during 48 hours in the Western Cape, people have lost their lives, livelihoods and properties in extreme storm weather conditions and raging fires.

In truth, and deep down we know this, trying to make security a certainty is a psychosis-inducing pursuit. How, then, do we think intelligently about the daring, and often frightening, journey that our lives are? And how can we support each other?

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