• Finding Peace in Nature

    “This is the time to be slow,
    Lie low to the wall
    Until the bitter wind passes.

    Try as best you can, not to let
    The wire brush of doubt
    Scrape from your heart
    All sense of yourself
    And your hesitant light.

    If you remain generous,
    Time will come good;
    And you will find your feet
    Again on fresh pastures of promise,
    Where the air will be kind
    And blushed with beginning”

    John O’Donohue

  • Homestay – The Pink House Lulworth

    “And the people stayed home and listened and rested, read books, made art, played games, exercised and learned new ways of being. And were still. And listened more deeply, some meditated, some danced some prayed. Some met their shadows. And the people began to think differently. And the people healed. And in the absence of people living in ignorant, dangerous , mindless heartless ways, the earth began to heal. And the danger passed and the people joined together again. They grieved their losses and made new choices again and dreamed new images and created new ways to live and heal the earth fully as they had been healed.” Kitty O’Meara