Having spent most of the day at the Climate Psychology Alliance community day, online with more than 20 others trying to explore the intertwining of colonisation, racism and climate, or rather how to be vulnerable to the discomforts of being anti colonisation, racism etc. I felt it was time for a walk out. Now that … More September Evening Walk
I don’t see enough birds just now but happy to hear about the Swifts from first sister and regular emails from RSPB. Imagine sleeping eating drinking mating … all in flight … I think of science and air, a real thing with density and pressure that we hardly ever notice unless its too windy or … More Birds and Bees, Gardens and Goodies.
Have I written before about Entangled Life? There is a great book of that title by Merlin Sheldrake, it’s all about fungi, and philosophy and offers education in the best sense of that word, “leading out”. Between this and Robin Wall Kimmerer writing about mosses and lichens, I find my walks get more and more … More Entangled Life, Living Philosophy
September, time to walk, and meet, and talk. It seems that is what I have been doing. Not planning anything, few commitments. The first photos are of a friend’s garden, she has apples and some came home to become apple sauce. Memories of windfall collecting rise while I chop. Then, the walk there, and around … More Gifts and Gardens