You can do the RadJoy Practice every day in small, simple ways—by singing to a river, giving thanks for the food you eat, placing a flower over the body of an animal that’s died on the road, and pausing before a rundown, neglected place to discover how nature is trying go hard to survive.
Click here for a list of examples of RadJoy Practices.
When you do the RadJoy Practice, alone or with others, you move from:
- helplessness to empowerment
- ugliness to creativity
- isolation to connectedness