The great scientist turned mystic, Emanuel Swedenborg, had in his rules of life, “To be content under the dispensation of God’s Providence,” but how do we do that with the state the world is in today? Indeed, many sages, from Krishna to Christ, have offered similar wisdom. And yet, today we face mounting crises, and coming out of Canada’s National Day of Awareness for Missing and Murdered Indigenous Women, Girls and Two-Spirit People (Red Dress Day), we can’t help but see some of the stark, horrendous things that people put others through. This day marks a much-needed reminder and reflection on missing and killed Indigenous women and people, and it serves as a stark highlight of how much our society needs change and healing. How do we become content under these dispensations of God’s, or perhaps the Universe’s, Providence in the light of these dreadful things that impact all of us in one way or another?