Meanwhile, in the city of Haifa (the third largest city in Israel), 3,000 people of the Jewish and Muslim faiths who had never met before came together ‘in a celebration … Continue reading One Day.
Dogen Zenji was a Japanese Buddhist priest, writer and poet who lived in the early 13th Century. Garry Snyder is a teacher, poet, essayist and travel writer who lives today … Continue reading Blue Mountains.
I always carry a notebook near me. Why? Because I am porous. If I don’t write it down: a) it didn’t happen. b) it ain’t going to happen. or c) … Continue reading Get a notebook. Before its too late.
This, from one of my favourite writers, Peter Matthiessen:
Here are 4 things you can do today to burst the highly engineered and covertly cultivated social media bubble and re-discover the wild world wide web.
A short excerpt from the book ‘Silence in the age of noise’ by Erling Kagge. Erling is a Norwegian explorer who was the first person to reach the North Pole … Continue reading Silence in the age of noise.
Imagine if you woke up to a news clip of Donald Trump holding up one of those little black folders with his jagged signature at the bottom announcing that the … Continue reading Facebook is changing the way we read the world.
I love eating piping hot corn on the cob. Normally I buy it from the supermarket already peeled, and cut up, and sitting snug in its environmentally nasty plastic packaging. … Continue reading Corn on the cob. I’ll bet you are doing it all wrong.