The Japanese concept of ma provides a space to feel the beauty of now - the meeting of the past and the future, the crack where the light gets in. Join me on a journey of metaphor spanning East, West and my family’s recent move to Australia.
Faced with the enormity of the world’s grief, how can each of us find personally meaningful responses without being overwhelmed? The answer lies in living everyday moments in meaningful ways. The lens of poetic activism shows us how.
From its humble origins as a physical object in our lives, the metaphor of the threshold contains a powerful invitation to personal and societal transformation. Join me in an exploration of new territory.
We don’t need leaders who tell us everything’s fine and that they have all the answers. Today, the work of leadership starts with recognising that there is still a lot of grieving to be done and intentionally creating spaces for people to be seen and heard.
Almost a year ago I wrote about the power of play during crisis. Today I would like to share a personal story about the power of childhood play, and an invitation to consider what makes life meaningful and what children really need to live to their full potential.
A little something I have written about New Year's resolutions, meaningful change and compassion. If you are tired and anxious this New Year's Eve, I hope these words bring you some ease, as they have for me.