What do we mean when we demand justice for Grenfell?
Just as we struggle to talk about loss and grief, we don’t seem to have language about newness.
What do we have to struggle against if we are going to be free to dream?
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…
Noam Chomsky’s book On Anarchism has helped me feel less afraid of uncertainty, more open to things unfolding, trusting others and allowing things to happen
The most heartening things I’ve seen over the past year or so have been to do with the way people manage to pull together in difficult times
I accept that not all of the conversations we have can touch the depths, but so often I’m left with the feeling that what’s really going on inside me simply remains there, silent, unexplored, like a dark forest
My old life has gone, but as for the future, I really can’t see it yet
The story of the lovely garden Jardin del Turia, from what I’ve read, is one of people working together and resisting plans to turn it into a motorway
Paul Mason’s argument that we should focus on building the new system within the old offers an outline of things I sense will be important in the new landscape