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Earthworm Gathering Part Four – A Magical Connection

Friday, 17 November 2017, 10:51 am | Alastair Thompson - Earthworm

In part four of his Earthworm Gathering story, Alastair describes day three: a day devoted to sharing stories of transformation, practicing verification, and of magical happenings. More >>

Earthworm Gathering Part Three – Meltdown In The Mountains

Wednesday, 15 November 2017, 10:25 am | Alastair Thompson - Earthworm

Publication Postscript 13th November 2017: An explanation is required for why publication of this story was interrupted in September last year. Short answer: I wasn’t ready till now to tell it. More >>

Loving Trump

Wednesday, 12 October 2016, 7:19 am | Julien Troussier

It’s 3am. Cannot sleep. Restless. Slide to unlock. Open the New York Times App. Look for the latest incident. He did it again. He lashed out. Fear. Anger. Outrage. I needed to see this. I needed to check that the madness was still there. Perhaps ... More >>

The Love That’s Left Behind

Thursday, 1 September 2016, 9:23 pm | Scott Poynton

I’ve been travelling for work and study for pretty much thirty years now but leaving home never gets any easier. There’s sometimes the promise of adventure ahead, an interesting meeting, a new destination, getting a deal done, so you leave with some ... More >>

The Earthworm Gathering Part Two – A Personal Coat Of Arms

Tuesday, 16 August 2016, 1:12 am | Alastair Thompson - Earthworm

In part two of this series Alastair writes about the first full day of the Earthworm Gathering, during which he and his fellow diggers learned about the art of duck divination and created a personal coat of arms. More >>

The Earthworm Gathering Part One - New Beginnings

Friday, 12 August 2016, 8:01 pm | Alastair Thompson - Earthworm

In 2014, finding ourselves with an empty nest, the opportunity for a long delayed overseas experience arose for my wife Wendy and I. Fortunately I was already a British Citizen (by birth) and Wendy was entitled to become one by descent. More >>

The Climate Change in Our Veins - Scott Poynton

Monday, 18 April 2016, 9:08 pm | Scott Poynton

My father was diagnosed with cancer at the end of the year 2000 and his doctors gave him just 12 months to live. They put him on chemotherapy in a bid to extend his life but in February 2002, he succumbed in something of a flurry, at home, in my arms. More >>

 

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