I see a white man lying down, he is old and dying. Somehow i know that his sickness is linked to how he has lived – his relationship to others, the earth and to himself. There is also a family. They are quiet and humble, wise beyond appearances. They remind me that we already knowContinue reading “The dying of the old”
For someone who is generally resistant to rules without understanding, I feel grateful for two useful framings that came up from friends around covid and social distancing this week – risk and consent. RISK I recognise there isn’t trust in me in the rules being presented. From what i can see in the research, thereContinue reading “Rules, risk and consent”
For as long as i remember, my heroes have been Gandhi, Mandela, Martin Luther King… and now I find new inspiration from across the world that I hadn’t heard before – Bertha von Suttner, Aung Sang Suu Kyi and so many more. I always wondered what would I have done if I had lived inContinue reading “Nonviolence”
“I think the seat of nonviolent communication is a different picture of human nature.Everything that we do is an attempt to meet basic needs that we all have…. and if you accept that premise, and you accept that in a natural state of choice and togetherness we are in the flow, and the flow includesContinue reading “Reweaving our human fabric (Miki Kashtan)”
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