A comment on my earlier post ‘The Word’ suggests that, whilst words enable us
. . . to be uniquely human by allowing us to carve off pieces of what is in order to bring it into ourselves, they also dissect. Once we’ve created that division – identified what is, and thus what isn’t, there is always that rift…
I wonder, do the words create the rift or simply allow us to live with and explore it?
Continue reading “Uniquely human . . .”
A recent exhibition at the Royal Ontario Museum, Joshua Neustein: Margins drew on the work of Edmond Jabes to engage in ‘a poetic, visual reflection on writing, religion and archaeology’.
Jabes speaks often of what happens beyond the text, that which exists in the margins beyond the margins. . .
Continue reading “More words, margins and the journey to silence”
It fascinates me that ‘the Word’ has such significance in many of the world’s great faiths.
Continue reading “‘The Word’”
It seems to me that ‘joy’ is a word that has become unfashionable and, perhaps, lost meaning for the modern age. My aim is to explore the meaning of joy, the ways in which we can develop a capacity to tap into joy, and the qualities of being that contribute to this capacity.
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(See also Why Passage to Joy?)
For most of my life, the words ‘corporate’ and ‘soul‘ have seemed light years apart. How wonderful, then, to happen on the beginnings of a movement to put soul at the heart of corporate life.
The article that underpins this movement cites research indicating that
only 20% of employees are truly engaged “heart and soul” in their work.
blames the almighty corporate mission, vision and goals that lack “cosmic good” and drain the life blood from the heart and soul.
Continue reading “The Corporate Soul Movement”