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Clowning – more than silly and stupid

A couple of weeks ago I attended a clowning workshop. My intention was to feel more at ease when I'm in front of a group or a camera. I love play and humour and at the same time I find it stressful to deal with my anxiety.  I really could feel an urge to change this issue and I was eager to find out how can I enjoy myself while standing up front. After some research, I came across clowni...
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You don’t need a weatherman to know which way the wind blows

I'm committed to non-violence, personally and politically. Looking to the past for inspiration, Gandhi turned non-violence into a powerful political instrument. More recently, Extinction Rebellion has done the same in relation to the climate crisis. Gandhi encouraged us to be the change that we wish to see in the world. This means transforming our inner world to be in alignment with our va...
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