Category: Turning sixty

Dancing Diva

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Dreams of dancing filled my childhood as pictures of ballerinas cluttered my walls.  In a large family there was no time for indulgences such as lessons.  But when a school friend and her grandmother took me to see Margot Fonteyn and Rudolph Nureyev dance Giselle in 1964, I was entranced.  Standing my stocky ground, I finally convinced my…

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Storied Journey

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Shared stories connect us as human beings. Stories can soothe sorrows or excite passion, spark creativity and foster dreams.  Jung described myths, stories shared across cultures and eons, as the collective unconsciousness of humanity.  From Greek, through Persian, Nordic and Celtic myths, to present day novels and blogs, archetypal stories re-appear: the mother, the hero/ine, the wanderer, the…

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Delights of Technology

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Descriptions of the dawning of the twenty-first century allude to the ‘technological revolution’ that has been taking place. The result of these substantial changes are said to have an impact on individuals and society as far reaching as those of the late eighteenth century industrial revolution.I was reflecting on the potential  role of technology for ‘settled work’ last…

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