A great deal of angerIs wisping aboutIt’s on the clouds and on the cablesAnd in the open sky It’s even in the sunshineNow blazing, now blindingNow too far away To ignite our smouldering resilienceOr thaw our frosty common sense A great deal of angerIs wisping aboutAgitating restlessnessStirring discontentDecimating our power in the moment What has … Continue reading Has the anger found you yet?
Socotra bottle treeWisteria vine, JapanStrangler Fig. Guangxi, China “The one with a burnt face! I’m talking to the girl with a burnt face.” Quipped a child pointing at me in a busload of teachers and school children during my early days in a new school as a teacher. (No, I do not have a burnt … Continue reading How an analogy of trees can explain ethnicity, race and people of colour to children
Making your own hummus is an effortless way to include the sometimes overlooked but highly nutritious chickpeas/garbanzo beans, extra virgin olive oil (EVOO) and fresh garlic into your diet. Store bought hummus uses other vegetable oils that are not as good for the heart/general health as evoo.***Making your own also means you avoid preservatives especially … Continue reading Easy Hummus Recipe + tips