Monthly Archives: May 2022

Stopping to take a good look at ourselves (and noticing the anatomy of fear)

The fact that so many of us, perhaps all of us, get some sort of kick out of worrying, whether we notice this or not, is one of the most fascinating things of all. It explains a great deal about humanity, how we are driven, what motivates us, why we mess up (repeatedly) and seem to get stuck. What is it we get out of worrying? Taking a deep existential plunge into this topic… Continue reading

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Degrees of quietude

I’m less than a week back home from the longest holiday I had had for three years; a trip that headed me off in the direction of the setting sun, away from the noisy, overstimulating Thames Valley and about as … Continue reading

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