There’s an old people’s home near where I used to live many years ago. Its name Netherby, wrongly or rightly, reminded me of the nether regions of hell, and life well beyond our prime. Netherby is what used to come to my mind when I’d think of aged care. I’d drive past it after long […] Continue reading →
How has your day been? Have you been your day? Or you have made your day? No matter how long, tiring or stressful, your day has only half begun. No matter how short, restful, or calm, your day has only half begun. If you’ve had it good, make it great. If you’d rather forget, look […] Continue reading →
When we are in the company of people with whom we have rapport and share common interests we feel we belong. Belonging is one of primordial human needs which has evolved from the basic principles of survival. Defending against life-threatening dangers was our ancestors’ foremost task. A collective offered more safety than an individual could muster […] Continue reading →
Positive expectations always bring about positive realisations.