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Call the Covid Spade a Spade
We ask, ‘Is covid-19 a situation of spiritual warfare?’ This may be the most important and urgent narrative we will ever be a part of shaping. A number of friends helped with the thinking processes that went into this newsletter
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WORLD STORYTELLING INSTITUTE
the Oct-Dec 2021
Storytelling Workshop for Adults. Via Zoom.
Our chapter for the first business storytelling encyclopedia is finally going to World Scientific Publishers for final editing
Our move out of Cape Town at the end of September is to a downsized, decluttered and simplified life with more freedom to reflect and observe, focus, be aware and become ready for our next move.
"Life is short, fragile and does not wait for anyone. There will never be a perfect time to pursue your dreams & goals" - Martin Luther King Jr.
Something to keep us going as individuals in these perilous times.
“Piglet noticed that even though he had a Very Small Heart, it could hold a rather large amount of Gratitude”- A.A. Milne
One wonders at how much potential for belonging and harmony across race and language diversities has been destroyed by the ANC government and its allies and puppets in business and institutions - private and public.
“Diversity is being invited to the party, inclusion is being asked to dance, and belonging is dancing like no one’s watching” - Anon
"With the advent of artificial intelligence we must not forget that there is no such thing as artificial wisdom. And only wisdom together with compassion will secure humanity's future" - Graham Williams
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