Select Page

Read my latest blog

How listening uncovers peace

A few years ago I met Jo Berry, whose father, a British Member of Parliament, had been one of the five people murdered by an IRA bomb in Brighton in 1984. Jo had vowed that she would seek to understand why her father died and in response find a way of bringing good to...

read more

Playing small does not serve the world

In his inauguration speech Nelson Mandela quoted from Marianne Williamson's 'A Return to Love': 'Our deepest fear is not that we are inadequate. Our deepest fear is that we are powerful beyond measure. It is our light, not our darkness that most frightens us. We ask...

read more

Even Trump is perfect as he is

“I haven't been following it, I feel nothing at all,” said a friend when we were discussing the outcome of the recent American presidential election. I winced. How could she not care? “If it's bothering you, it's your projection,” she said:...

read more

“Get Over Yourself, There’s Work To Do”

Hello world! Welcome to my very first blog post. Last year I made a pledge. It came at the end of a five-day full immersion environmental leadership course during which I'd been shaken up, put back together again and and encouraged to articulate my quiet inner voice....

read more