“We but mirror the world. All the tendencies present in the outer world are to be found in the world of our body. If we could change ourselves, the tendencies in the world would also change. As a man changes his own nature, so does the attitude of the world change towards him. This is the divine mystery supreme. A wonderful thing it is and the source of our happiness. We need not wait to see what others do.” – Mahatma Gandhi
A few years ago I wrote a blog about the dangers of people lying online and the danger of people failing to remain curious. I noted how anybody can say/write anything online and noted how narratives can grow way beyond..
Prior to the partygate storm resurfacing this week my social media timeline was slowly getting flooded by people speaking out about OfSted Inspections. For what it's worth I'm in complete agreement that schools need to be held accountable and indeed..
Remember when you were back at school and somebody would tell you a story and then tell you not to tell anyone else? Of course, human nature is inherently tribal and so whilst you'd swear to keep the secret, there..
Last year I wrote a blog about anger management post-pandemic, attempting to remind us all that our feelings were normal. I'm revisiting this topic now though as I've seen how this open wound has festered and has been weaponised by..
In 2016 when we initiated the #time4change mental health charter to seduce drama colleges, we wrote a charter that included agents, producers and theatres. The idea was that those colleges reluctant to buy into the idea of better mental health..
WhatsApp eh? A brilliant way to communicate cheaply with your loved ones, or is it the chink in your armour that you've failed to notice? Remember in the good old days, before t'internet, we used to meet up with various..
Sometimes saying nothing on social media would be a stronger message than saying everything. Let me explain. As of last night, people watching the popular ITV show I'm A Celebrity have been "treated" to the sight of our former Health..
Now you'd be forgiven in thinking that this was yet another post about the appalling service The MTA received at the hands of Trinity College London - but you'd be wrong. The validation that I'd like to ponder on today..
A little while ago I wrote about my "hobby" of people watching on social media. That blog was inspired by the victim statement that Ben Hewis had put out after watching his stalker, a certain Alex Belfield, get sent down..
I was struck this week by a post put out by a casting director in which they stated that they had a "constant scream" going on in their heads just with 'everything' that's happening in the world. A few things..