Sharing experience and enabling experience. For me, teaching means being in a dialogue with each other. I am interested in how, by asking questions, sharing and presenting, a fuzzy mass of thoughts, impulses or cluelessness can grow into concrete, tangible and inspiring ideas and intentions.
You have your eyes and ears open, are wide awake and hear the murmur of silence. But you are not lying in bed and you can't fall asleep; you're sitting in a kayak on the mirror-smooth waters of a lake.See More