If there is something we have learned as a community during our times is that change is non-linear, intersectional, and intentional. As the global community raises critical questions about the rate of change, we must also be prepared to address the next generations of questions that will come. Light is shed on the knowledge that has raised us to be intentional with our words and silence(s). Where do our silences come from? Some of us have roamed, walked, lived, and loved in multiple places. This journey around the world of our personal lives intersect with new languages, new ways of knowing, fluid identities, [altar]native ways of critically thinking. Some of us have shared our stories and others have yet to tell theirs. But when we do meet a new culture, how do we listen to the stories in that culture? With this in mind, thinking about the multiple locations and places we can occupy in dierent levels of our lives, how do we convey the multiple meanings our stories have when shifting our context? How do we express our transitions as sources of knowledge? How can our stories and silence(s) inform the world’s re-envisioning of resiliency at the personal and collective level?