Over time I have worked as a webmaster, author and editor, a teacher and speaker, adviser and project organiser. I also do humanitarian work in Palestine, with which I'm deeply involved.
I lived in Glastonbury in southwest England 1980-
I now live in West Penwith, in the far west of Cornwall near Penzance, and also spend time in Bethlehem, Palestine.
Blessed with four grown up children and three grandchildren.
Born a left-
I have run bookstores, crafted lots of words, books and websites; campaigned for home-
Published books: Pictures of Palestine (2012), Healing the Hurts of Nations (2003), The Kingfisher Encyclopedia of World History (1999), Deep Geopolitics (1996), Living in Time (1987), An Illustrated Guide to the New Millennium (1997), The Only Planet of Choice (1993), The Historical Ephemeris (1993) and lots of articles.
I've edited many notable books in mind-
I'm a visionary originator of ideas and perspectives with a unique, global and deep slant on things. A healer of perceptions, peacemaker, social activist and philanthropist.
I've created educational projects such as the Glastonbury Gatherings (1984), the OakDragon Project (1987) and the Hundredth Monkey Project (1995). These were innovative conferences and educational events.
They set off a small movement, the 'camps movement', now around 20 organisations in five countries which over 25 years has touched the lives of many thousands of people.
I'm actively committed to realistic personal, social and global change. Been at it for forty years.
A brief history...
I was born five years after WW2, at Hartfield House near Forest Row, Sussex, England -
I grew up in Cardiff, South Wales in the 1950s and in Liverpool in the 1960s -
Went to university at the London School of Economics (1968-
More recently I have made a big change in life, moving to Cornwall to complement my work in Palestine. Palestine is intense and Cornwall relatively calm.