“You meet your destiny on the road you take to avoid it.”
Jean de La Fontaine
May you be touched by the Fool.
Everything here is about maps of meaning and pattern portals, inner journeys and modes of transportation, the transformation of being and the surrender to becoming. Most of all and in spite of its necessary inadequacies and inevitable limitations, it is about wholeness.
Wholeness is a quality of consciousness of life. This quality of consciousness is sometimes known as the Fool.
Maybe see you on the road?
Things clamouring for your immediate attention.
All my essays in one place.
Part II of The Way of the Fool. “There are human beings living in isolation and loneliness in the society ...Read More
All my short stories in one place.
Poems which I have published online, in one place. These include some published in my collection Quanticles of Emergence.
There are a number of talks and podcast conversations out there to which I have had the privilege of contributing. These may be useful to get a sense of where I am coming from in an easily accessible format if listening is your way in.
A wide-ranging conversation with Ben Johnson for his Peripheral Thinking podcast recorded 18th November 2021, published 27th July 2022. The ...Read More
A library of quotes and extracts from the works of writers, thinkers and cultural creatives who have shaped my journey.
All Fools & their wisdom
Heaven is my Father and Earth is my Mother, and even such a small creature as I finds intimate ...Read More
“The pattern of life is not woven ahead of time, like cloth to be worn later as a tunic. Rather, ...Read More
Wholeness & Inwardness Wholeness and inwardness are two key notions put forward by Jan Smuts in his book Holism and ...Read More
“The qualities of the world that come to your attention are determined by the qualities of the attention you bring ...Read More
It is a path within ourselves where the feet first falter in shadow and darkness but which is later made ...Read More
Call the world if you Please ‘The Vale of Soul-making’ by John Keats (1891), Letter to his brother Call the ...Read More