The world today challenges us as we struggle with loss in the world. This brilliant, short talk by Judith Butler on how rage and grief are intertwined suggests that mourning our losses, instead of pushing them away, can change us in healing ways. She explains how sorrow is what lies beneath rage.... and non-violence can occur as we allow rage to "collapse into grief". Sorrow, she suggests could "show us what steps to take to preserve what is left of what we love." To think that welcoming an emotion that we humans want to avoid and bury could be our path towards our deepest healing.