Monthly Archives: January 2015

Preparation and Flexibility

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In a couple of days, I’ll be heading off to my annual big trip to Cambodia — one month in Siem Reap, most of another month traveling around the northwest, over two months in total, 3 weeks of workshops that …

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London Training

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As I described in this post, I am now training people to facilitate my Writing Through workshops in schools and NGO’s throughout Cambodia. This past weekend, I held my first London-based training session and it was great fun. Ten of …

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Why Freedom of Speech is So Important

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Last week found us all caught up, once again, in the tyranny of fear and the outrage of injustice. I, too, was glued to my television, watching events unfold on the streets of Paris. I was, of course, thinking, like …

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Not New Year Resolutions

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Not resolutions, goals. 2015 is going to be a busy year, as always. But more importantly, it’s going to be momentous (see below). I thought it would be helpful to me to actually write down some of what I hope …

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