Inventory was defined beautifully to me yesterday as: know what you have, know what you want, know what you can do without.
If we all woke up tomorrow with Ubuntu humanity goggles glued to our faces I wonder if the Brexit vote may have been different.
I choose to imagine a very different world from the one I have witnessed over the last month.
One caring, ubuntu human race with common goals of living lives full of enough for every one of us, non judgement of another’s beliefs and putting others before ourselves.
I spent the last two days surrounded by the worst poverty I have seen. I realise that is a big call as I have been to too many terribly poor places. But it is true.
Whether the action Tara took was the best is obviously debatable but the fear they must all be feeling in jail in Lebanon overwhelms me. It is a terrible tragedy for everyone involved and I only wish we would replace judgment with compassion.
The common ancestor in the So They Can family is humanity. That is why people feel they belong, because they are human.
I love witnessing the beginning of something wonderful. The definition of integrity is when our values match our actions.
If our children are acting in an online world of unreal perfection they must, at best, be exhausted.
Ubuntu – how can we be happy if another is sad.
What if we had one global flag that we all belonged to, that we were all worthy enough to fly…
I wonder if, by connecting in times of need we also get to share in their moments of joy?
Donald Trump – come with me to Africa for a few weeks…I promise you will happily and consensually return with an Ubuntu tattoo.