May 2022


Revealing who we really are

This is Nidian. He’s nine months old, and since the day he was born, he’s oozed confidence and lively character (read cheeky). While his distinctive personality may have been brought to life more quickly by his close encounter with a small ravine shortly after birth – he wriggled over the edge and thankfully got caught …

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Naming the truth of love

I heard this poem yesterday. Somehow it feels important to place it as a marker at the entrance to this week. With hope. LOVE The ground that hatred has gainedwill be retaken by love,the losses that we’ve sustainedwill be remembered by love, the tears that we’ve criedwill be wiped away by love,the pain and grief …

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Don’t settle now

We are here now for such a time as this. Not of our choosing, but our calling. For each of us, our ‘once upon a time’ has led to today. This day. DON’T SETTLE Don’t settle for a pale copy of reality –scratching your life on tracing paperinstead of splashing your own coloursupon the expectant …

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Why regenerative conversations?

Renewingour world,one conversationat a time. Why not? ~ I wonder what you would choose as a topic for a regenerative conversation. And why is this important to you?


Songs without words

We hear their echoes all the time,but are we listening? Or do we only notice when they’re‘elevated’ with words? Yet they flow, in us and around us,all day long. Waiting for us tojoin the song. ~ reminded by Mendelson and the birds

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