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Ordinary Things

Ordinary Things

| December 16, 2016

One of the side effects of illness and injury (in my case a slipped disk) can be that your world becomes smaller.

For Free

For Free

| May 23, 2017

I wrote this originally as an email to my fellow students on the Ashridge Master’s in Sustainability and Responsibility. It

Sheep, Geese, Humans and Worldviews

Sheep, Geese, Humans and Worldviews

| May 16, 2017

There are significant groups of people around the world, whose recent electoral behaviour is, shall we say, hard to understand

Sheep

Sheep

| May 12, 2017

Today we were walking along a narrow path by the river. The path is 2 people wide with a fence

My Master’s project and papers. On Walking, Music and Sustainability

My Master’s project and papers. On Walking, Music and Sustainability

| May 11, 2017

First the project report, which was the main deliverable. Ashridge MSc Sustainability and Responsibility (AMSR). Project Report And then the

Silly Goose

Silly Goose

| April 12, 2017

I’m in the, for me, novel position of looking after some geese these days. This usually involves nothing more than

Quantum Psycholosography

Quantum Psycholosography

| February 26, 2017

Why is everything so damned interesting? Some social media friends and I were discussing the huge amount of interesting (and

This Is Winter Too, (This is Nature Too)

This Is Winter Too, (This is Nature Too)

| February 16, 2017

This started out as a photo essay on winter. And then I read an article that disturbed me. I’m a

Winter

Winter

| December 30, 2016

Winter is life. Winter is alive. That’s enough words. I’ll get propositional about this some other time. Here are a

Small worlds – Splintered thoughts

Small worlds – Splintered thoughts

| December 28, 2016

Oliver’s Question My friend Oliver Baier (@OliverBaier) recently tweeted: “Has #RBPEA just become bigger and more urgent in 2016? People

Baynes and Bateson

Baynes and Bateson

| December 21, 2016

Back in November we said goodbye to a lovely guy and one of the finest musicians I’ve ever played with, Ifor

A few thoughts on (re)enchantment

A few thoughts on (re)enchantment

| March 24, 2016

Several people reacted to my last blog with the reasonable question of how we can maintain/retain the sensation of enchantment

An Enchantment Tale

An Enchantment Tale

| October 2, 2015

It was my birthday but that’s only relevant, because it’s one reason I was in a very relaxed mood and

Networks and Serendipity versus the Vested Interests

Networks and Serendipity versus the Vested Interests

| August 18, 2014

Let’s be clear. Sustainability is about a lot more than just environmental policy. Making our footprint on the planet bearable (for