Going into the unknown – and having ground underneath our feet

Recently, a dear friend, Dr Chris Millar, died. Yesterday was his funeral. He’s going into the unknown. My heart is with him and his loved ones.   Even in life we are going into the unknown. We don’t really know what the next step brings. We can plan, structure, have visions and goals – have… Continue reading Going into the unknown – and having ground underneath our feet

In China for a week – the human adaption process (and another ‘visa run’)

I find human beings so interesting. Observing how we think, how we do things, and respond to our environment is one of my favourite pastimes. There is much learning to be found. One morning I was riding my bicycle to a daily acupuncture appointment. I left a bit late and was zipping through the traffic.… Continue reading In China for a week – the human adaption process (and another ‘visa run’)