Stories are our way of making sense of a senseless world. As such, they are a great strength, making thought and action meaningful. But they are also our greatest weakness, because we blindly believe them to be true.
I’m progressively preparing the Secret Paths catalogue so all the books are also available on demand in hardback format. In the photo above, the first five. As I wrote elsewhere, I’m impressed by the texture and feel of the hardcover version.… Read more
Alan McCluskey lives in a quaint Swiss village known for its wine and waterwheels. After making my way up from the lakeside along a winding path by a noisy stream dotted with tiny waterwheels, I met him in what used to be a girls’ finishing school.… Read more
In today’s press conference about the climate crisis and Africa organised by Fridays For Future International, one of main concerns was getting the message about climate change across and creating wide-spread awareness.… Read more
Greta the Great. No irony is meant by the title. Few adults can claim to have been such a powerful advocate for social change confronted with the climate crisis. Few people have been capable of mobilising so many, in particular the young, in such a short time.… Read more