Reflections of a Compassion Traveller – Day Four

My car recently got stolen (1990 Ford Laser). I received a call at 1 a.m. on a Sunday and heard Constable Burgess ask me when and where I last saw my car. It was meant to be sitting on the street next to my block of units. It was found abandoned in a […]

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Reflections of a Compassion Traveller – Day Three

I still can’t get over what we’ve experienced in producing Reflections of a Compassion Traveller. Until I turned 10 I lived in a culture that believed the existence of higher powers or gods inhabited carved figurines (plated with gold even) […]

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Reflections of a Compassion Traveller – Day One

Have you ever embarked on a new venture, perhaps with a plan, only to realise half way (when you’ve gone beyond the point of no return) that the venture is not unfolding the way you’d envisioned? After all, in the words of wise King Solomon: “Many […]

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