By a Thread: Weaving the Stories of an Island

In the Odyssey, Homer describes Crete as a rich land, filled with people of different races who speak several languages. As the island is located in the eastern Mediterranean at a crossroad of three continents, the cultural influences are many. In Rethymno town on the north coast of Crete, this wonderful museum housed in a 17th century Venetian mansion … Continue reading By a Thread: Weaving the Stories of an Island

Seeing Beyond: Reclaiming the Sacred Ground

There is so much healing to be done. Globally, ancestrally, ecologically: healing from the wounds of patriarchy, imperialist and colonial iniquities - the list is long, and the legacy is profound. It effects all of us on so many levels, and it keeps on resurfacing in different forms. The healing work is ongoing, often being … Continue reading Seeing Beyond: Reclaiming the Sacred Ground