Essay by Christos Galanis

Essay by Christos Galanis

Health, Wholeness, and Death Amidst The Coronavirus Pandemic On our culture’s misbegotten story of what Health is, and why Death must be at the centre of it. by Christos Galanis It seems to me that this pandemic has, among other things, exhumed our culture’s story of...
A postponement and a re-think

A postponement and a re-think

We’ve decided after much discussion to postpone Borrowed Time until November 2021. It’s becoming clearer every day that the measures required to mitigate the spread of Covid-19 cannot be fully set aside for many months to come, and that we may well emerge from this...
A postponement and a re-think

Thank you!

Dear all, thank you so much if you have sent in a proposal. We very much appreciate the time and effort spent and the generosity of all those wanting to contribute and share idea and knowledge. As we have already said in our March 23 Update, we don’t as yet know...
If I Die Sooner Rather Than Later

If I Die Sooner Rather Than Later

Poet/writer/performer Em Strang has set up a new Facebook public group, If I Die Sooner Rather Than Later. It is new, and embryonic, but may be of interest to those visiting here. Here’s what Em says in her introductory post: I woke up this morning, March 17th...
Keynote event: Dr Rachel Clarke

Keynote event: Dr Rachel Clarke

Rachel Clarke Keynote Presentation – Dr Rachel Clarke Dr Rachel Clarke is a palliative care specialist within the NHS and is a widely-recognised author, journalist and activist. Formerly a current affairs journalist, Clarke retrained to work as a doctor in 2009....
Keynote event: Caroline Hickman

Keynote event: Caroline Hickman

Caroline Hickman Keynote Presentation – Caroline Hickman Caroline Hickman is a psychotherapist who teaches at the University of Bath and is a member of the Climate Psychology Alliance (CPA) for whom she is creating a series of podcasts on Climate Psychology...