Moral outrage and Moral ambiguity

Desmond Tutu, Nelson Mandela and Gandhi when we think of these icons we don’t remember them for the fact that they were morally ambiguous. We remember them for the stand they took against wrongs in the communities they found themselves. Modern marketing and influences almost leaves one with the idea that that its better to […]

Gender and Conflict

Is there is difference how men and how woman deal with conflict. I find in the mediations that I do with couples there is a distinct difference how they approach the mediation as well as conduct them in the mediations. Women tend to be more comfortable in sharing their frustrations and fears than men seem […]

W.O.W. ——– Way Of Water

Having had a N.D.E.  (Near Death Experience) in the late 90’s made me realize life in itself are made up of and consists mainly of relationships. We are as individuals always engaged in some kind of relationship. As the popular culture a while ago has demonstrated “emotional intelligence” consists to a large extent of relational […]

Relational Dispute resolution

We are as humans driven by relationships, we live by and for them.  We only ever have three types of relationships that we get into,  1. Relationship with the self 2. Relationships in a social arena , those and that  outside and around you  3. Transcendental relationship, relationship with a higher being, or higher self […]