Monday, January 01, 2007

ancient/future 2007

well friends, happy new year to you all. it's 2am and i'm just back from a party with some splendid people. i want to thank you for the time we've shared together this year, and for the interest you show in this blog by reading it - we've been underway for a few months now, and i'm planning (hoping) to make more regular contributions in 2007 (the paving of good intentions etc. will be borne in mind).

as for my hopes for the year, of course i have some personal thoughts about transitions in my own life, questions of purpose and the context in which i live, but beyond that i would hope that 2007 will see more visionary people being freed to say what they really think about the violence and power dynamics in our world; that our creative impulses will be nurtured, for the act of creation reveals to us something unique about being human; and that we will respond to the desperate need to slow down and resist the consumerist idol, which, after all, encourages us to become consumers of each other.


Mark said...

Happy New year to you Dr Higgins.

I've fed well at times on the words of wisdom posted on "God is not elsewhere". Thank you for the opportunity to journey with you and yours.

Be good

mister tumnus said...

happy new year gareth. 2006 was something like an 'annus horribilis' (!) for me. you helped and i won't ever forget that. xx

Johnny Guitar said...

...and a happy new year.