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1 year ago
MattHopwood
As I have shared and gathered stories over the last few years my work has found a home in certain areas where loving narratives keep returning to. recently the lens has focussed strongly on our experiences of Mother, whether as a child, as a mother, as a person longing for motherhood or as an experience of the divine Mother or Universal Mother. These stories have weaved webs of understanding an
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1 year ago
MattHopwood
Hey Itatw70s, thanks for sharing your experiences of 'home' and how that ties in with your sense of belonging Matt
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1 year ago
MattHopwood
This week is Refugee Week - I was lucky enough to spend time in 2016 with a group of young people who had made their home here in the UK having escaped persecution in their countries of origin. We spent a month talking, finding common ground, learning to trust, and exploring what their experiences of love might be. After a month we came together at different times and we shared our stories. Wi
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1 year ago
MattHopwood
Thank you Naveen and Itatw70s - thank you for your smiles and your willingness to open out to others x
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1 year ago
MattHopwood
'Letter to a Hostage' by Antoine Saint Exupery is a beautiful little book that has given great inspiration to me over the years. Particularly a short section in the middle of the book where he describes his experience of being taken hostage during the Spanish Civil War. Held captive he experienced the total loss of his humanity as his captors ignored him, failing to acknowledge him or even look
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1 year ago
MattHopwood
Just been reading Graham Hancock's post on WIld Ride - what set me off on my journey to explore and share people's love stories is the belief that when we experience love, and that may be momentary or over a period of time, we inhabit our human experience at it's most viseral level, we really feel the burning thrust of existence and being. We come deeply into the present. I believe that when we
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1 year ago
MattHopwood
Good to be here and sharing with this forum. Thanks Graham and thanks for welcoming me into your community. As I walk through the land and meet with people and offer opportunities for sharing what resonates with me time and time again is that every story I hear is a love story in some way - our human stories express how we feel, who we are are, how we are experiencing connection or dis-connec
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