Amusez-vous, merde!! Philippe Gaulier, French Master Clown

“Theater clowning is not a technique but a personal journey to our unique way of experiencing and expressing the clown’s “jester freedom.” The red nose is the smallest mask in the world. Through our inner clown we experience qualities such as...

3 Things You Can’t Take Back

Gratitude. A simple word that holds the gift of forgiveness and connection to the present moment. Hard as I try, I don’t remember when I made the decision to live forward. What I recall is a conversation I had with my now departed dad in the summer of 1995. It was...

How to build an #EmpathyGeneration

January 2017, North London. I could hear a group of sixteen year-olds climb four floors of the school’s science building to reach my classroom, chanting: “U gang, U gang, U gang!” My class was composed of twenty-one boys. Boys only – a decision made by senior...

Why Weaving (not that kind!) should be on your Bucket List

“The central journey of modern life is moving self to service.” – Relationalist Manifesto One of my former students is a Rhodes Scholar. While studying at Oxford, Joanna attended two retreats with her fellow Rhodies. The first was called Service and Leadership....