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Past, present, future

Random reflections on walking, burnout, resilience, meaning and “raising awareness”, from Gaza to San Francisco.  Winter is approaching and I find myself reflecting on another intense year gone by. I was in Jerusalem in September, a time when both the Jewish … Continue reading

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When your world moves too fast

A beautiful poem to wish you a restful Christmas and a fulfilling 2017!

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New every morning – a poem

New Every Morning, a brief poem by Susan Coolidge, is especially for all those humanitarians who will be working throughout the summer in hot and difficult conditions. Take heart, as the poem says… [If you wish to read my reflections … Continue reading

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