August 28, 2018

I’m overjoyed we trekked in the Cordillera Blanca - purest nature, feelings of infinity, love and the cosmos. All of that!

And now, my tourist thing. There’s a light buoyancy in the station and on the train to Machu Picchu. Windows in the roof of the train show the majesty of the Andes mountains as we meander through the Sacred Valley. Awe in all of us tourists, anticipation, many local people...

August 26, 2018

It’s a slightly surreal journey back to Lima from the Cordillera Blanca. In another zone completely, touched by purest nature, thinnest air, highest heights and long, slow walking we drive slowly and a little unwillingly. A crazy ice-cream vendor dressed in bright yellow flies past us on his bike, ringing his bell hectically. Crazy because it’s one of those endlessly long, downward sloping ro...

August 24, 2018

Some experiences don’t have words. They are not supposed to. The Cordillera Blanca is Spanish for ‘white range’, part of the Andes, extending for 200 km northwest of this amazing country. The Santa River separates the Cordillera Blanca from the Cordillera Negro, ‘black range’ with dark, haunting peaks and little winter snowfall, due to the warmth from the Pacific Ocean which it intercepts.


August 21, 2018

Yep, magic happens here. Things are not what they seem. Yesterday morning very early we zoom to the airport. Annecke’s are early for flights. It’s just kind of who we are. So we are way in time, and stroll over to check in our bags. Oh, she says, your flight left an hour ago. No, there is no other flight until a few days time. Ashen, my first born shows her the tickets - yes, we are to leave...

August 13, 2018

So, a whole new adventure…somehow, I’m at a long table in a nurturing nook in a city on the very edge of the Pacific Ocean. If I hang over the balcony, lean my head out skew and peer through the cloudy mist, I can actually see the sea. I’ve flown 18 hours to get here - my very first visit to an entire continent on which I’ve never stepped foot except so many times in my imagination. South Ame...

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Many students have co-created our learning spaces over many years, and their writing is an incredible gift. Here is some - raw, unplugged, ravenous for a world that is different. The students that choose the strands of leading transitions, ecological ethics and facilitating are a special breed. They come with their eyes wide open. Most carry a yearning for that which is beautiful, good and true - and are unafraid of the shadow that pads alongside. In a world of artificial intelligence and biogenetics, we need people who are able to exercise judgement rooted in transformative ethics. Their gaze is inscrutably honest.

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