College students are facing uncertainty, disrupted schedules and missing out on everything from spring finals and sports seasons to graduation and could use our kindness during these unprecedented times.Read More
Celebrated annually on April 22, Earth Day will look decidedly different this year than in years past. Many of us are stuck inside at a time where we’d be enjoying our greenspaces, participating in organized service projects and attending outdoor events. And although current circumstances may not allow for the same kinds of activities we are used to, we all have an opportunity this Earth Day to make small positive changes in our behavior that make a positive impact. We asked a few members of team Sahoja to share with us their plans for observing Earth Day this year and how they’re making greener choices every day.Read More
It is hard to know how to deal with a crisis. Especially a pandemic that has affected everyone.
The uncertainty surrounding COVID-19 has been overwhelming and I did not know how to deal with it. I felt anxious and uncertain, but I also felt powerless. I did not know what I could do to help those around me. Everytime I checked the news, I was reminded about how serious the situation was, and this only made me feel more fearful.
This was how I was feeling until Chris Martin, the Coldplay frontman, announced he was going to do a live stream from his home with just his piano on March 17th.
After a week of social distancing, Toronto magazine editor Sasha Emmons was feeling overcome with anxiety and anger. She was anxious at the prospect of losing her job, like so many have amid the global pandemic. She was angry at people with a cavalier attitude about COVID-19.Read More
As 2019 drew to a close, many among us were happy to see it go. Much of Australia was on fire. Images of injured koalas and charred landscapes filled our social feeds. It was enough to turn a relentless optimist into a doomsdayer.
After all, what could anyone do?Read More
With barely a moment’s notice, the world changed. And the lives of all us—as individuals, families, businesses, charities, governments and schools—changed with it.Read More