Month: May 2020


Natural rhythm

Walking up the valley in the cool of the evening, I was aware of a rhythm that is usually outside our perception. Daisies had started to close their little white heads as the temperature fell. The timbre of the birdsong took on a more mellow, relaxed tone, so unlike the noisy burst of the dawn …

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Awakening sight

“It’s not what you look at that matters, it’s what you see.“ Henry David Thoreau Over the weekend I listened to both the edited and unedited versions of Krista Tippett’s conversation with Jacqueline Novogratz for the On-Being Podcast: Towards a Moral Revolution. Whilst it was recorded in January and aired last week to coincide with …

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Noticing along the way

We are all navigating change. Personal and global. Whether we signed up for it or not. The thing is, what are we noticing along the way?



The valley is windswept and subdued this morning. And the overnight squall of rain and the still heavy skies create a damp atmosphere. The two Canada Goose families obviously felt safe in the alpaca paddock and moved their little broods as I walked along the path… I wonder if they have names? Each pair know …

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Crossing the line…

Pause,see with fresh eyes,understand whereyou are. Then crossyour present thresholdwith hope. Forthis timeis waitingfor you. I wrote this yesterday for my friends and fellow creatives on The Creative’s Workshop. It was the celebration of completing 100 days of Dailies… Unfortunately, I couldn’t join them because of a major broadband outage in our area… Ah, the …

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