That we live in uncertain times - socially, politically, environmentally - is beyond question. How can we stay awake and present to this without feeling overwhelmed or becoming burnt out? Radhule Weininger, MD, Ph.D., and Michael Kearney, MD will discuss a model of self-care and resilience based on mindfulness, self-compassion, and nature connection that they have presented to health care workers, university and high school students, educators, firefighters, and elderly individuals living in skilled nursing facilities. They will also report on a spiritual town hall initiative that they have been offering in the community in recent years. They explain, 'In uncertain times we don't need panic or apathy. Instead, we need deep connection and the solidarity and compassionate action that arise from this.'