I share the breathings of my heart

It seems that wherever we turn, we are confronted by a world in disintegration, with little rationality or compassion. Human rights are at the bottom of most countries agendas. At

This week there has been a feeling of strange energy, something like sitting in a waiting room at a train station and having faith the train will arrive, yet enough

It’s Saturday, and I awoke this morning to a thought, having no idea where it came from. Generally, as I open my eyes in the dark and stretch out my

I have spent the last few days listening to ‘The Long Quiet Road’ by Natalie Goldberg. I came across her book whilst searching for help with writing styles. Natalie Goldberg

As the full impact of Covid19 began to hit globally back in early February, it came as a realisation that leaders who have attended the Institute for Zen Leadership, learning

I witness the city awakening from my mountain top, Forty floors below Ho Chi Minh sighs, The cacophony of an ocean arouses my senses,  no sea to be seen, the

We want things to happen, but they don’t,  We don’t want things to happen, but they do, When the don’t comes with do,  Or the do comes with don’t, We

The journey to be somebody starts the day we are born, So much hope to become somebody, My mum and dad, my granny and grandad, my aunts and uncles, my

The boulder blocks the way; the landslide blocks the road, the flood cuts off the path, When has there not been an obstacle that obstructs our passage through life, Our

  Our desire for connection starts with mum. It begins for us in her womb, gravity pulling us downwards until we drop earthbound. Our breath rushing in to fill our

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