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      I hope to see a book from you of daily meditations with your brilliant photos. You are one of the most compelling thought leaders I know.

      Thank you for your work.

      Cherie Clark

      Beauty of Beginnings is my attempt to capture life and contemplation in its sweet and sometimes painful moments.

      I write them to inspire the infinite possibility we can create when we work together synergistically

      I write them to challenge my own thinking – we all need that.

      I write them to connect to you, to create a wholehearted invitation to move towards Syntropy

      I write them as an expression of the very frontier I am on. Never perfect. Always curious. Constantly humbled by beauty and love.

      Beauty will save the world. Without beauty we are naught. Towards beauty we bow.

       

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        A clear distinction – Belief and Truth

        A clear distinction – Belief and Truth

        In a world of media manipulation, the most powerful propaganda machine ever created working its way through everyone who reads a newspaper or touches a screen, we must constantly ask ourselves;

        Questions about when we have enough

        Questions about when we have enough

        We might begin to practise the experience of sufficiency. It is an experience our Western World is not currently familiar with.

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