Is there a way for us to begin to shed the layers of persona shaped within a system that ultimately oppresses all of us? If so could we forge an alternative way of being that appreciates difference?
During a trip to Sidmouth, I got to think about cafes, poscapitalism, and the fact that what’s needed is more than cool coffee bars and distressed wood
It was great to come across great cafes and restaurants and enjoy the vibrancy of Detroit’s art projects and social enterprises, but the question of how everyone can benefit from its revival remains…
How can we relearn the art of working together and what kind of values and behaviour could we nurture in the collective spaces we create?
A heady sense of relief results from the shift from a perspective about change that could be likened to pushing your head against a wall to one in which change is a given – something to be worked with
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