When we first started roaming the planet we did it in small groups or tribes. In the traditional sense of the word, a tribe is a related group of people with some sort of kinship or other social bond. Tribes were about belonging, and in many senses they still are. Think football fans, for example. They even get dressed up in their team’s colors to hang out at games together. Continue reading “Tribes – which one are you in?”
I was in a graveyard or cemetery this week attending a funeral.
According to Wikipedia, cemetery means sleeping place. How’s that for optimism?
On the way home from the funeral, my son asked me how many funerals did I reckon I’d attended. Continue reading “Graveyards”