Tagged with hope

Why glowing matters, even when its gloomy

I am, at heart, an uplifter. I’m a hopeful and optimistic soul. It’s what I do – personally and professionally. I turn people toward the light – in themselves, in others, in challenging situations. And I love to do it. It brings me huge pleasure. It feels worthwhile and meaningful. I love nothing more than … Continue reading

The quiet defiance of love

The quiet defiance of love

In the fearful days after the attacks of 9/11 I read this article by Ian McKewan. In the simplest terms it spoke about love as an act of defiance. How, as the attacks in New York happened, expressions of love were everywhere, even in the midst of life altering tragedy. How those who knew they … Continue reading

David Cameron: I’m expecting miracles

David Cameron: I’m expecting miracles

Recently, I’ve discovered all sorts of new thinkers, teachers and writers. People who I had no idea existed until I started looking. I think its something to do with that old adage, that when the student is ready the teacher will appear. Apparently I’m ready for some new learning, because the teachers keep emerging all … Continue reading