A visit to Seaford encouraged me to think about what we should really value in life…
Last time I was in Tierra Verde, I was thinking about sharing space, and was prompted to check out an article by Silvia Federici called Feminism and the Politics of the Commons…
Managing private/public space isn’t always easy… for instance, is it OK to start talking to people when you are sharing a table?
We are Big Chill, a big old pub, which sells beers, reasonable coffee plus a breakfast, brunch and lunch menu – and free wi-fi.
Amid all the excitement over UKIP, who is representing the disaffected left in England, those who like their counterparts in Scotland dream of a better world and social justice?
Working in cafes helps me connect with a rich seam of history and imagination that still makes them feel like places of inspiration and potential.
If we’re prepared to believe that the old ways are no longer fit for purpose, do we dare allow ourselves to feel the uncertainty of not knowing what the answers are?
If we believe that it’s up to us, as much as it is the politicians, to do something about this world, then of course the very next question has to be what can we do?