Posts Tagged with Values

Jury’s Out

Many years ago I was involved in a large annual conference held at the Millbrook Proving Ground near Milton Keynes. As is common with live events, the successful production of it depended to a large … Continue reading

We have all there is

I first noticed this phenomenon about thirty five years ago at Logan Airport in Boston. I had arrived back from London just after Christmas and my onward domestic flight to Maine had been delayed as … Continue reading

Paying it Forward

Covid is having a massive impact on our lives, and it’s not going anywhere soon. There are no end of metaphors which might offer hope for the situation in which we find ourselves, but this … Continue reading

Another Country

On the morning of May 2nd 1995, having had for six years infrequent but regular neurological episodes, I was diagnosed with Multiple Sclerosis in under two minutes. The doctor spent the entire consultation mumbling while … Continue reading

Agent Provocateur

Even before the birth of our first child, my wife and I had agreed that gender stereotyping was something we wanted to actively resist and our position has not changed since. Time may prove our … Continue reading