Month: June 2012

pic of the week

Weekly photo blog

taming a lion the past  2 weeks definitely felt a bit wild with quite an emotionally and mentally demanding workload – one of the challenges of being self-employed continues to be that of managing workload. But it was a lot of beautiful, powerful and rewarding work that I was able to do: delivering a couple of workshops and facilitating several mediation meetings. My highlight was a follow-up meeting with a mother and daughter who were […]

pic of the week

Weekly photo blog

truce or truth This week I spent a lot of time discussing the “Olympic Missiles” with people: the security plans of the UK government for the Olympic Games that’ll be officially opened in less than 6 weeks. The plans are scary, to say the least, and I’m only relieved that I’m not the only one who’s concerned about the militarisation of our city and the Olympic Games, who come from the ancient tradition of the […]

pic of the week

Uncategorized / Weekly photo blog

surreal i can’t quite decide which of the things that hit me this past week i find most surreal: the picture that was painted of London at a public meeting in bow about the olympic missiles, which was one of a security obsessed Government (spending more money on the olympic security operation than it’s predecessor China!) that’s driven by politics of fear and promotes  the militarisation of our city in the name of “security”. or […]