Our ever-growing selection of writing and sources about living, working and responding to the world.
A poem by Janeena Sims about the collision of our senses and emotions in the simplest moments
Justin Wise reflects on what becomes possible when we can find ways to release ourselves from the grip of comparison.
Justin Wise shares some of the deeper intentions behind our work, writing and the freedom we hope to bring about.
A poem by Neena Sims about the replenishment of the soul through nature.
Sue Braithwaite reflects on what is created when we gather with others and the meaning within our name.
A poem by Lizzie Winn about what it means to be broken open.
Justin Wise reflects on the poem ‘St Francis and The Sow’ and what it can teach us about supporting others to flourish.
Lizzie Winn explores what to do when you’re completely stuck.
Lizzie Winn explores how showing up as whole in our lives can be an act of sacred rebellion.
A poem by Neena Sims about what might make up a life.
At Thirdspace, we invite people to learn in new ways. In this piece, Justin Wise explores the question of what it really means to learn.
Justin Wise explores the life-giving possibilities that might be born from anxiety.
A poem by Sue Braithwaite.
Inspired by the hopefulness of the Jewish tradition, Justin Wise reflects on inhabiting the tension between how things are and how we believe they could be.
Justin Wise reflects on ways we can each increase the light around us and between us.
Lizzie Winn invites us into the beautiful question ‘What would it be like to live each day with a sense of enoughness?’
A poem by Justin Wise about the ways we hide ourselves and what that costs the world around us
Justin Wise finds wisdom for modern life in one of humanity’s ancient artefacts.
Justin Wise reflects on the act of hoping.