I had an incredible experience in Bali and really want to share this with you.
Stephen Jenkinson – Griefwalker
At The Foot of the World Tree Withered
comes a man who’s ability to story tell compels the listener with the enchantment of mystery and grief.
He lives a rich full life, and is a witness to those who journey the end of life, in which he expresses with such sincerity, it whittles away at the very core of your being.
Rendering your thoughts, beliefs to further ponder the very beginning of life itself.
Some questions arose within me pertaining to life, dying and world relations.
worthiness and values to a shallow existence?
Scattered and discontent within family.
Where are our Elders.
Do we have the time or know-how to fulfil this role. Are the young who seek knowledge, wisdom and understanding, supported.
Does our community structure have the welfare of families in need met or feel overshadowed by ‘the rules’ that we turn a blind eye.
My quest to search for a lost story, quenched by Stephen’s words.
That the withering tree is a canopy of shelter provided by those who have gone before, are forever in our midst.
Then he leaves with a simple plead; that we continue harmoniously in co-existence with Mother Nature herself.
Orphan Wisdom – Stephen Jenkinson