Our environment is making us sick.
And it’s not only the pollution and the toxins we are already aware of. These are the traumas we experience and pass on. Listen to how Dr. Gabor Maté, a trauma expert, explains it with so much compassion.
In the fourth part of my series on privilege, I take the liberty to tell you about my own privilege journey.
How the concept of privilege has changed throughout my life, what directions it took, what different regions have to do with it, and how it explains so much of what you’re hearing in all of my podcast episodes. It explains so much that this episode could have been an introductory episode exactly a year ago when I started this podcast.
Can we inspect the very lens through which we see the world?
How can reflecting on the concept of privilege help us here?
What makes us change? What changes the way we perceive the world and our place in it? And although privilege is not the only lens through which we see the world, I think it contains an important part of the answer to these questions. Let’s dive in!
Talking about privilege can be uncomfortable, it can easily make us defensive, and it does have the power to prevent us from taking significant action. That’s why, we have to talk about it!