On my return home from India recently, I realised one of the challenging aspects after retreat is the return to life's responsibilities; managing the pull of many things all at once, balancing new feelings to remain clear and energised..Read More
Fort Cochin is alive with colour, the air pungent with aromas of ginger, cardamon, pepper, cinnamon and sandalwood and the architecture a blender or jewish, muslim, christian influence. It’s hard not to fall in love with Kochi and want to stay forever.Read More
A slow rising sun, lit the frost touched landscape as muffled sounds of gunshot could be heard filtered through the fog, from the hunt in nearby fields. Every vista a linear perspective of crisp blue waterways, elegant poplar trees, rows of apple orchards and the trail of an orderly mole who’d made way along the path.Read More
BEGINNING well or beginning poorly, what is important is simply to begin, but the ability to make a good beginning is also an art form, beginning well involves a clearing away of the crass, the irrelevant and the complicated to find the beautiful, often hidden lineaments of the essential and the necessary.