Attention to perception and creativity is at the heart of what I do.
Complexity cannot be reduced to any given certainty.
Colleagues have had this to say:
…you’ve focused on how even promising responses to our converging predicaments become mired in the internalized power/coercion dynamics which produced them in the first place.
Orwell said, ‘To see what is in front of one’s nose needs a constant struggle.’
…seeing requires patience and a willingness to question oneself as well as the other. …to say it as you see it, …finding language both poetic and precise enough to do the insight justice.
I think of you as …one who works …diligently in both struggles….
…blessed to live on a small island…, perfecting a craft, influenced by nature, living one tide at a time.
You endeavour to stay present, to persist, and stumble, and persist some more, and never sell your insights short, and persist still where most would give up; because there is always another fold in an idea…
…you are willing to go the distance to unfold, winding this way and that as the sea and the wind do.
i have found in your writing an exploration of the edges of ‘everyday’ thoughts and ideas… an extraordinary ability to ‘come back’ with a description that showed me how there are multiple ways of seeing….
…which has more than once been a matter of resolving my own feeling of being stuck….
What you are is a teacher.
Learning is central:
Teaching and learning in reciprocity
Entering these practices as a way of life.
Let’s work together to build practices, strengthen dialogue, and discover and develop community.
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