I’ve been wondering what happens if we ask ‘what if’ and listen for the answers.
At the end of my last blog which was the findings of the survey, I raised a question: What practical changes are you making to birth this new world?’
I was on my dawn walk this morning, listening to the birds and letting myself be washed in the sunlit green of the trees when … Read more
I sent out a survey via LinkedIn and my Facebook groups and friends and there were 56 replies. Everyone filled in all 3 questions in differing amount of details. The replies were anonymous. The sample is not representative of the population as replies came from my own networks. I didn’t ask for information … Read more
Roller-coaster/ Corona- coaster: the ups and downs of emotions caused by covid-19.
Intense loneliness even though I live with people.
Exhaustion when I have done nothing.
Seeing things much more clearly.
Old grief emerging.
Lack of joy.
More creativity, less creativity.
I think … Read more
I’ve always been a reader and a writer filling exercise books of horse and ballet stories when I was young. But it was when my parents got divorced that I learned for myself, what I would later learn to be postmodernism, deconstructivism at university. I learned from my parents that there were multiple narratives.
My… Read more
I wrote a blog the other day about how the ‘hero’ narrative was bothering me and here’s a reply I had from an ex-service man.
“I served in the RAF for 25 years and that included fighting in a war.
Please don’t call me a hero. I understand that you want to say thank you … Read more