A sense of Being

“Nobody wants to allow you to be yourself on matters which are absolutely insignificant.” OSHO. At first I did not get the quote. Then it struck me, who and what am I in the quiet moments before I become aware of myself. I can remember the feeling  and time and sense of what and who […]

Femininity

  I miss femininity. The gentleness of a kiss. The wisp of a hair The gentle curve of a foot below a dress The lovely lilt in their voice The smell of woman The softness of the flares of a skirt. The happy hoop it makes when you twirl in dance together. The the soft […]

Loss

In the blandness that is the digital, non-sexist, non-bigoted, non-discriminatory etc world, we have lost individuality. Everybody is a group. I miss the raconteurs of my youth, the storytellers the colourfull individuals the Harlequins that could joke truth to power. We now have angry every-bodies, that all they can do is talk about the injustices […]

And she said

Being in a relationship as a divorced person has a whole range of complications. There are children. Parental styles. Routines. Ex husbands and ex wives. Work. Religion and availability. How does one get a new parner into your life. How do you tell children they are not the centre of ur universe anymore. All of […]

Sibling society

A few years ago I read Sibling Society, a book by Robert Bly, poet and story teller from America.  The main theme of the book was how to reclaim the forgotten art of adulthood, if we can call it an art or a necessesary life cycle. He refers to the people caught up in a […]

And we care.

  “to have faith is precisely to lose one’s mind so as to win God.” -Søren Kierkegaard   With the dissolvent of our social structures and the rise of the individual as a focus for development, it is noticeable that we have become more entitled and less compassionate. In the past few weeks, I have had discussions […]