It is somewhat of a privileged position to be able to say that the first time I ever had cause to fear my own safety was on a flight from Bangkok to Rome on December 26th last year. Before this I had worried about the usual suspects; the things that only someone with no real … Continue reading What Flight Turbulence Teaches You.
Today I was brought up short and forced to engage with disappointment. Don't get me wrong, I frequently feel disappointed but there is, I found myself thinking earlier, a subtle difference between the two. Disappointed tends to come from the outside: someone has let you down, someone has spoken badly of you, someone has changed … Continue reading So Maybe That’s the Reason I Avoid Yoga.