June 24, 2017 by Julie Tomlin
What do we mean when we demand justice for Grenfell?
June 8, 2017 by Julie Tomlin
Love and life is what got me through the last two years and it’s at the heart of what I’m hoping for whatever the outcome of this election
March 3, 2017 by Julie Tomlin
Does the current rehashing of history to serve destructive aims suggest we need to address past losses if we’re going to find a way forward that benefits us all?
February 19, 2017 by Julie Tomlin
What do we have to struggle against if we are going to be free to dream?
February 2, 2017 by Julie Tomlin Leave a Comment
If the women’s march in London was nothing else, it was a physical display of a line being drawn. Now it’s time to work out what we do next…
January 30, 2017 by Julie Tomlin Leave a Comment
Another cafe has closed, which means I’m looking for somewhere to replace it, as well as trying to find answers to some of the questions I have about life…
July 18, 2016 by Julie Tomlin Leave a Comment
Existentialism may not be fashionable, but the challenge that we use our freedom to decide what kind of world we want and make it happen, seems relevant still…
January 13, 2016 by Julie Tomlin Leave a Comment
Can we imagine a world where we don’t just make decisions based on narrow self interest or economic expediency but also take love into account?
September 24, 2015 by Julie Tomlin Leave a Comment
We will have to nurture our ability to dream of and build a new way of life if we are to make the transition to new ways of living and being amid the rubble of capitalism
August 26, 2015 by Julie Tomlin Leave a Comment
Nigerian writer and poet Chinua Achebe’s reflections on “meaningful optimism” – inspiration when hope seems in short supply