From Love to Fear and back again
The last blog I wrote was about a cuscus and a giant rat and fear and at the end of that blog I concluded that the opposite to fear was not courage but love. I argued that love was possible when we move through 5 stages:
- Awareness first to assess whether harm is intended or
The other Saturday night we watched Lost Land of the Volcano on BBC which showed Steve Backshall, Gordon Buchanan, a giant rat (as big as a cat) and a cuscus (a tree climbing marsupial)l in a crater of an extinct volcano in New Guinea.
The cuscus was first ever seen on camera by Buchanan and … Read more
Partner and I have been arguing about talking.
His work is all about information, accuracy and being precise (he calls this ‘being right’). He’s used to getting and giving information and when he asks questions to do with work they are to elicit a very specific type of information.
I am useless at remembering facts … Read more
Do Be Do
Sounds like it should be a refrain to a song. It is in fact the refrain to our lives; are we human beings or human doings.
In our society we are judged by what we do, what we achieve and what we accomplish. When we were young we were praised for the things that … Read more
The clocks have gone back and we are at that time of year where it is very possible that we don’t get to see the outside in daylight.
I hate it.
I’ve never been diagnosed but over the years I’m pretty sure that I suffer from SAD or Seasonal Affective Disorder. SAD is when our … Read more
Today has just been one of those days where I don’t feel like I’ve had my needs met..or rather, that I have managed to meet my own needs.
My lovely start to half term was a screaming worthy of raising the dead and which led into a half hour sharing circle to try and establish … Read more