The documentary “My Octopus Teacher” shows that living close to nature helps us to develop antiracist behaviour

Nature teaches us to observe and be patient

The diversity of the underwater world is healing

We get disconnected from nature

Nature teaches us to do good in the world

  • Learn how to listen carefully without your own judgement
  • Observe instead of reacting
  • Don’t make it about you
  • Look at what we have in common, instead of what separates us from each other
  • Be curious in the other

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