Category: human nature

Can Nature…?

Can nature heal Can earth bring us back to our knees and pierce its ancient dagger through the heart Can nature teach you who you are Can a bird song inspire, delight and speak of both sorrow and joy Can river wash away the…

January – all about death

This month has been all about death. I just read this powerful essay and I cried and cried. Reality is real and it is here and it will either jolt you into action or into being or will paralyse you. Part of the signature…

A tool for raising self-awareness

In 2018 I have gone on a journey of tuning into myself, the world around me with nature continuing to be my sacred, supportive and grounding space on a month by month basis and it has been an incredible way of getting to know…

You must love someone…

I love this poem. Happy 2019!   You must love someone, even if only grass, river, tree or stone, on someone’s shoulder you must lay your hand, so that it gluts its hunger with nearness, there must, there must be someone. It is like…

Naked ‘truths’

No one thinks about you as half as you think they do (everyone is pre-occupied with working out their ways around life) Emotions are not the same as thoughts (emotions are more primal and instinctual, therefore more valuable in many respects) Life is not…

Imperfect beauty

  A tree bent by the wind is still a tree playing with possibilities A river still or turbulent is still a river living through flexibility of flow A creature with a scar to its skin is still beautiful if not more so, as…

In search of silence

Edwardian houses line up clean streets with flower baskets hanging symmetrically on doors, as if keeping things in order. It has classic and elegant look to things. Every time I go somewhere I am taken back by just how different each place feels. It…