Three years ago, in the early hours of this morning, I lost my mum following a tragic accident. She tripped and fell down the stairs which caused injuries she was unable to recover from. I’d been with her during the day before it happened. Laughing, joking and spending time with her; not knowing it wouldContinue reading “What losing my mum taught me about death.”
The content of what we think isn’t anywhere near as interesting as the fact that we do think, and that we have this ability to think, and that our experience of life and feelings are being generated by this stream of thinking.
Seeing these experiences in a new light. It’s often the stories that embarrass us most which – in sharing them, liberate us from feelings of shame and unworthiness. Of feeling like we don’t fit in, or that our experiences are too shameful to speak of. Some embarrassing stories of mine are on the tip of myContinue reading ““Sex, Drugs, and Rock ‘n’ Roll””
I read a play on words yesterday that turned my understanding of responsibility completely upside down. The word was written as “response-ability”, and something about seeing it written down in this way blew my mind… Often, I’ve felt burdened by the idea of responsibility. Like it encapsulated all of the things I didn’t want to do, but hadContinue reading “Response-Ability — Responsibility, redefined.”