WHEN ASKED WHAT I DO?

When people ask me what I do, I honestly find it difficult to answer. Perhaps because what I do or how I do it doesn’t really fit a certain box. I have never really been fond of grand titles either. I agree it is hard to win...

THE INTIMACY OF WATER

Yes, holding someone in your arms is intimate. However, the very nature of water itself is intimate. Put two and two together and you have very intimate indeed. But, intimate does not mean sexual, erotic or provocative. Most often we don't stay long enough in 'that...

LISTENING TO WATER

Ecouter c’est la capacité d’exister sans faire. Listening is the capacity to exist without doing. Still, the slightest breath of air will create ripples on the surface of water. Ripples that, if one listens to carefully, reveal much about the depth, breadth and ease of one’s...

KNOWING WHEN TO STOP

Do you know when to stop? This question landed loud and clear in the middle of a dream. The immediacy of the question urged me to feel deeper into myself. This is not about managing time, nor is it about how good I am at one thing or...

WHAT IS IN A “LOVE LIKE WATER”?

[vc_column_text]“Love like water” This phrase is spoken within circles of the water family. It is beautiful and deeply profound. Personally I use it when I wish to express the magnitude of what I experience in water. Often I am at a loss for words of my own. So...

CHILDREN FEEL INVISIBLE WORLDS

Creating imaginary friends and playing out roles in invisible worlds is a healthy part of childhood. In many instances, adults reassure themselves that theirs ‘will grow out of it’. Some children will lose that freedom of the imagination sooner rather than later whilst others will be defined...