i enjoy this moment at the new year of looking back and looking forward, a time to pause, reflect, dream, maybe even dare to hope against the odds.
it's a challenging time in the world. our hearts are breaking for gaza, ukraine, refugees, poverty, injustice, racism, greed, violence, a heating planet, truth decay, rising right wing fascism, a lack of imagination and courage around how to organise society differently.
the world turns on its axis.
yet this photo makes me smile - a happy moment from last year canoeing the great glen - here with jon. thanks to john fleetwood for the photo. it's good to be alive!
as you journey into the new year with whatever it holds go well. i so appreciate all of you family, friends, artists, poets, pioneers, dreamers, creatives, photographers, alternative worshippers, fellow travellers, pilgrims. be kind, stay true, keep contributing to the world's healing in whatever way you can.