Windgrove

Musings on Life on the Edge

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  • A slow unfolding

    When planting trees or any form of landscape work, the slowness-of-time has to be taken into consideration when trying to visualise how things might look in the future. And doubly so at…

  • The staff

    I want to talk about a walking staff. Not any staff, but this staff. The one I carved for Paulus Berensohn after his first stroke. The above image is from five years…

  • Two aspects within the hour

    Don’t let the blue sky with its billowy white clouds — that appear to be floating serenely on a sunny afternoon — deceive you into thinking you might want to sit down…

  • A road less travelled

    In May of this year I was invited to be on a four-person panel discussing our autobiographical accounts on the topic: “The Roads Less Travelled”; part of a week-long 50th Reunion celebration…

  • My elder/mentor years

    It’s that time in my life to now give ample and fearless consideration to what it means when one’s physical capabilities are diminishing, but one still wants to be “in service”. For…

  • Two hearts beating

    At 7AM earlier in the week, I went to the kitchen to pour a glass of water from the jug that sits next to the window far right of the sink. At…