Finding truth in silence

Our silences are eagerly filled with lunch-time conversations, Netflix shows, podcast episodes and audiobooks. And when the only background noise is the traffic outside, we quickly grab our mobile phones to tune out the vast nothingness that washes over us in the absence of noise.

But what if we sat with silence for a little while?

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Accessing the pain of the world by staying small

You only have to turn on the news to be confronted with the pain of the world. Wars are raging, disasters are rampant, and the ecological systems are collapsing. “If babies are not starving someplace, they are starving somewhere else. With flies in their nostrils”, it is written in one of my favourite poems.

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It is okay not to have it all figured out

I am here to tell that it is okay, truly, to not have it all figured out. More importantly, I am here to tell you that there lies beauty in not having it all figured out. Let me offer you three insights that will hopefully inspire you to drop any worry about the future and embrace the unknown.  

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Unfolding meaning in a digital age

A carefully designed experience in the digital age can help us find connection, understanding and wisdom in ways that were not accessible to previous generations. Here are a few gentle suggestions to finding more meaning when using the internet.

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5 podcasts to inspire an authentic life

To help me with the process of unravelling my heart’s calling and finding the courage to follow it, I have been listening to some inspiring podcasts hosted by people who are much further along their path of living authentically. They hold a tender wisdom that has carried me through difficult decisions, moments of doubt and times of confusion.

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