It’s Shakespeare’s birthday this Sunday, as well as the day he died. He was 52. On Wednesday we joined an audience crammed into a small room above The Toxteth pub in … Continue reading
How many times have you heard expressions like, look below the surface, looks don’t matter, never judge a book by its cover, less is more? When it comes to dinner parties … Continue reading
To scribble and erase and scribble again. That’s poet Mary Oliver, describing her craft as quoted in this fascinating weekly insight into creative work, Brain Pickings Weekly. Mary was talking … Continue reading
Broken Hill is full of surprises. Take Thomas Street. Houses line both sides of this busy suburban street. The town’s hospital, health centre, aged care facility and a thriving cafe … Continue reading
When I am silent, I fall into that place where everything is music. In silence there is eloquence. Stop weaving and watch how the pattern improves. Rumi.