This post was inspired by the AoH UK gathering last Saturday in London.
Our world is more connected than ever and it is getting more likely that people have at least a friend or two in places where an accident or natural disaster occurs. Some will have family and other stronger links, of course, but my point is that you are likely to feel closer…
“I think so, but it’s not up to me”, The Earth replied with deep compassion. “I’ve tried to help you understand that we are intimately connected – and influence each other daily - not always positively I might add - but its only when Disturbance shows up that you hear me. And when he does show up - and he…Continue
Added by Sarah Whiteley on March 9, 2011 at 3:44am — No Comments
Recently in the final check out of a circle conversation, I was framed as having been ‘…in the background’. The others in the circle were each thanked by name for offering such insight in the conversations…
What’s the big fuss about, you might ask? Remember, Power in Making Tea…? Its tricky business being in the space of holding all that goes on in the foreground, and that those of us ‘back stage’ could be deemed less important, or even immaterial. Certainly, we’re…Continue
Blowing hard, placing small sticks, opening and closing the bottom grill to bring more air – the conditions simply did not…Continue
Added by Diederick Janse on March 1, 2011 at 12:08pm — No Comments