The most personal is often universal. In Full Circles, these blog posts serve as a reflection on living – a method to cut through the noise, give pause, and give rise to refocus on what’s most important in our lives.

    Why Full Circles?

    C.S. Lewis once noted that our life’s journey can seem like we are going forward at some point, and backsliding at other times. But if we are to realise that our path is on a mountain, we are approaching closer to the top, at every step of the way.

    In Care of the Soul, Thomas Moore notes that “All work of the soul (psyche) takes the form of a circle, a rotatio”.

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