We all have a story to share that may be the lynchpin for someone else’s enlightenment. We all have a way of expressing how to support, and how to receive that support effectively, so the opportunities for making a change to our model of compassionate interaction is infinite!
Read my story of The County Line Man, the contrast between (I want to say good and evil, but that’s simply childish I’m told, so we’ll go with…) aware and not-so-aware. Just one of many anecdotes from LEJOGLE that have altered my view of this world.
If you could do one thing each day to strengthen your awareness of the matters of mind, the health of your mind, would you do it? Continue reading #MHAW17 What more can be done? Part 2
It has been twelve years since I started running, again. Over the past twelve years, a silent little (mostly) woman’s issue has been swimming about in my thoughts before, after and during running. Predominantly, when I run fast, run uphill, or run downhill. Sometimes I am caught out because I genuinely forget I’m female. Sometimes … Continue reading Just a wee bit of running
As much as I have pilfered the title, there’ll be no Dickensian quotes here, rest assured. I’m convinced I’m viewed as melodramatic enough. Starting in the middle of a tale just wouldn’t be protocol so I’ll backtrack a tad and summarise. I used to be a runner. Not to any degree of professionalism, I already had … Continue reading Great Expectations