New friends. Fresh perspectives.
The killings in Paris last night have left my mind whirling and heart heavy this morning, along with many others around the world. I have found that many comments on social media this morning have felt contrary to my own feelings. I do not see this as “good vs. evil”; I don’t despair of humanity. This … More Tears for Paris
This week I was grateful for… Losing myself in the music. Sunset from the sky. Welling up with tears at the beauty of the world. Flying into the darkness. Friends who provide the clearest and most helpful perspectives.
No warning sign, no alibi We faded faster than the speed of light Took our chance, crashed and burned No we’ll never ever learn I fell apart, but got back up again And then I fell apart, but got back up again yeah We both could see crystal clear That the inevitable end was near … More Alibi (30 Seconds to Mars)
My mother’s best friend recently emailed the draft introduction to a book which will be the completion of the work my mother had been busy with when she died: a book reflecting on nearly 15 years of coordinating a project aimed at understanding the relationship the millions of ordinary South African’s have to land, property … More Reflecting on a life