Hold your nose, roll up your sleeves: because utopia doesn’t need fixing

Limelight A & B

The paradox of true change-making is that the opportunities to do the most good exist in spaces that are the most broken. Whether it’s a dystopian future, a hated industry, a dangerous locale, or some other form of unpleasantness, change requires dwelling and engaging in the gray areas, the places that others avoid. Ari Gesher has been blessed to take a wanderer’s journey through fixing a broken world and shares some thoughts, stories, and reflections on the good of being guilty by association.