Sometimes you climb out of bed in the morning and you think, I’m not going to make it, but you laugh inside — remembering all the times you’ve felt that way. ― Charles Bukowski

I often ask myself: how did it get like this? I mean, who would have thought that on the back of our human-centred progress, we’ve become a danger to ourselves and the world? When our time comes, we won’t be ancestors worth claiming. That said, there’s still the business at hand; namely, trying to navigate the slings and wretched arrows of work, keeping our business afloat, dealing with grief that’s soaked into every pore of our life, trying to navigate another relationship on the verge of collapse and the existential dread of not knowing how long we’ve got.

In an information-drunk culture, one where you’re saturated in knowledge but little wisdom, my work may seem otherworldly or not hard-edged enough, but I’m of the view that if only we’d stop running long enough to ask a better or more beautiful question we wouldn’t be careening out of control. Of course, you may want another solution-orientated or 7-step programme and that’s fine but it’s not what I’m offering. Instead, as a guide and mentor my role is to help you develop a practice of asking the one question that if you’re prepared to steep yourself in its portent, it will change you and your life.

This site is home to my writing and where you’ll find out more about my work. I’d like to think that what I’m trying to do is get us to reconnect with who we are at the deepest, most profound level, rooted as it is in the knowledge that what got us here may not be what we need for the future.

If I can help please feel free to contact me.

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