Creative Endeavours….

It’s a funny thing this blogging? What do we write about and why? Yes!

Diary writing and going public takes courage and a certain amount of ‘giving myself permission to not be liked or being of any interest whatsoever to anyone’. So I’m doing my ‘Dropping from my ego into my heart’ which helps …. but most of all today, I’m thinking: “I couldn’t give a monkeys what anyone thinks.” It’s a very good day. So I’m diarising no matter what. That’s the key.

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A day for stillness and walking… 



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A beautiful sunny day and my first day o

A beautiful sunny day and my first day of freedom after a wonderful send off by friends at the National Deaf Children’s Society… nothing more to say. http://ow.ly/i/8O9b9

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blog.ted.com: Truth meets dare: Our cura

blog.ted.com: Truth meets dare: Our curators on the speakers and themes of TED2015: At the end of TED2015, curator Chris An… http://wp.me/p10512-oRd

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A powerful talk from Hugh Herr, 7 years in the making

Absolutely incredible…

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Hugh Herr's talk transfixed the audience at TED2014, and has now been viewed nearly 2 million times. So it might surprise some to know that his talk took nearly 7 years to happen. Photo: James Duncan Davidson Hugh Herr’s talk transfixed the audience at TED2014, and has now been viewed nearly 2 million times. So it might surprise some to know that his talk took nearly 7 years to happen. Photo: James Duncan Davidson

“As you can see, my legs are bionic,” said Hugh Herr on the TED2014 stage. “The artificial part of my body is malleable, able to take on any form, any function, a blank slate through which to create structures that can extend beyond biological capability.”

Standing tall in a suit hemmed at his knees, Herr spoke eloquently about his work creating the next generation of bionic limbs. He demonstrated how his own worked as he spoke, moving gracefully around the red carpet. This talk—which ended with ballroom dancer Adrianne Haslet-Davis performing for the first time since she lost her left leg in the Boston Marathon bombing—was one of the most-beloved of TED2014…

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Gaining perspective…

Disentangling from my own inner critic and suddenly able to disassociate from Simon’s too, we smiled and walked together for hours and hours through little India stumbling upon mosques and street markets…

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Malaysia and me…

Arrived in Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia, last night, December 28th… Headed for China town, and ate like Kings… I feel so deeply connected, wrapped up in and lifted by an energy so complete out here it is quite beyond words… Mountain view from our room is completely mysterious – love! …

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