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AofA People: Caroline Rosie Dent – End of Life Doula, Death Cafe Host, Jeweller


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Caroline Rosie Dent, 59, was one of our guests at the Death Dinner (screened tonight for the first time at Barts Pathology Museum). She is an end of life Doula, a jeweller and a death cafe host. Be warned – if you’re courting Caroline, never bring her cheap chocolate!

WHAT IS YOUR NAME?
Caroline Rosie Dent

HOW OLD ARE YOU?
59

WHERE DO YOU LIVE?
London, UK

WHAT DO YOU DO?
I am an end of life Doula – I walk alongside and advocate for people at the end of life, so they feel more at ease and more empowered in their dying days. I also run a Death cafe and am active in the Positive Death movement. I have been working as a creative in Textiles and jewellery for most of my life and I still make Memorial Jewellery under the alter ego Rosie Weisencrantz

TELL US WHAT IT’S LIKE TO BE YOUR AGE?

I find that such a hard question to answer as I honestly feel ageless inside. I am all the ages I have ever been ….I still carry all those younger versions of myself inside me; they all pop out at different times. At the moment I feel about 26 because I am particularly happy right now

WHAT DO YOU HAVE NOW THAT YOU DIDN’T HAVE AT 25?
I have the security of owning a home which gives me choices. I see it as my passport to freedom and adventure in the future. I have a beautiful son, who teaches me constantly how to be a better person.

WHAT ABOUT SEX?
I see sex as part of a deeper intimacy. I have zero interest in casual sex, in the same way I have no interest in fast food. I dipped my toes in the tantric waters for a while, and I got a glimpse of what is possible. I’m an all or nothing kind of person. Never bring me cheap chocolate!

AND RELATIONSHIPS?
I was a serial monogamist for most of my life and have had some pretty disastrous relationships, and yet I regret none of them. They all contributed to my growth, no matter how difficult. However, now I would like something a bit more joyful, with a man who totally *gets* me and shares my irreverent spirit. I am not afraid to be alone, as that is infinitely preferable to being in a dysfunctional relationship. I quite like the idea of living separately within a relationship. I think this keeps a relationship healthy.
Relationships can be a breeding ground for resentment, and living apart can act as a deterrent to that, and help to engender greater respect for each other. As Gibran says *let there be space in your togetherness* I would like to meet a man to travel and explore the world with…that is very appealing…. someone who looks at me through loving and forgiving eyes, and a man who can allow himself to open and be loved fully in return. I would like to experience that once before I die.

HOW FREE DO YOU FEEL?
Freedom is a state of mind. Thoughts are our greatest jailers. Sometimes I feel free, other times I feel imprisoned by my fears. I feel most free when I am alone in nature, and the mental noise is switched off. Nature is my sanctuary.

WHAT ARE YOU PROUD OF?
My son is my greatest achievement. He is a beautiful being with a boundless heart, and he has taught me many things. I am proud of my creativity and my achievements as a designer. I won an international award at the peak of my career. I am also incredibly proud that I overcame my pathological fear of death phobia, that plagued me as a child and into adulthood, and now through my work with death and dying, am helping others to overcome theirs.

WHAT KEEPS YOU INSPIRED?
Questions and Ideas. My own creative process. I have loved playing with my imagination since I was tiny and have always got a kick out of my own thought processes. I see myself as a catalyst, energy-wise. I would have made a good inventor. I feel I could have done anything I put my mind to..because my creativity is limitless.

WHEN ARE YOU HAPPIEST?
I feel freest and happiest when I am cycling along the river, far away from people, listening to beautiful music on my iPod. I am also happy when I am having conversations about death and dying and see people opening up about their deepest fears for the first time. I am happy when I am in love.

AND WHERE DOES YOUR CREATIVITY GO?
It goes everywhere! Creativity is a state of mind. It’s an unstoppable force. Art writing talking feeling being. An open and curious mind is the foundation of all creativity.

WHAT’S YOUR PHILOSOPHY OF LIVING?
Be yourself, and don’t take yourself too seriously. Be able to laugh at yourself in all your glorious human imperfection. There is literally nobody who does you as well as you, so celebrate your uniqueness. We are all glorious paradoxes. Enjoy the play. It will be over soon enough. And dying? “Get curious about death before death gets curious about you” is my mantra. Don’t wait till your body and mind are failing to begin this most important work. Contemplation of Death teaches us how to live. As the Zen quote says *the cup is already broken* so live each moment fully and kiss the joy as it flies.

ARE YOU STILL DREAMING?
Always. To dream is to be alive. Never underestimate the power of your imagination. Enjoy this play.

WHAT WAS A RECENT OUTRAGEOUS ACTION OF YOURS?
No huge acts of outrageousness here…just being myself. That is my act of rebellion or outrageousness. To give an example; yesterday I lay on a bench with my head hanging upside down, and watched the passers by walking from *the ceiling of the earth* – from an upside down viewpoint walking looks like dancing. It amused me to notice that and I try not to bother myself with what others think of me. By being myself I hope I give others permission to be themselves also.

AofA People: Sue Tilley – Artist, Model, Writer, Speaker


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Sue Tilley, 60, is the most recognisable muse – she was the model for Lucian Freud’s 1995 Benefits Supervisor Sleeping – in modern British art. These days, she lives in St Leonards and has her own career as an illustrator teaming up with designers like Fendi to create bags, T-shirts and more. Sue is talking at the Century Club in London this Wednesday about Taboo club and her friendship with Leigh Bowery. Sadly, it’s sold out.

WHAT IS YOUR NAME?  
Sue Tilley
HOW OLD ARE YOU?
60
WHERE DO YOU LIVE? 
St. Leonards, UK
WHAT DO YOU DO? 

I am an artist, model, writer and speaker. I also spend a lot of time lying about, reading, watching telly and meeting friends for gossiping.

TELL US WHAT IT’S LIKE TO BE YOUR AGE?

It’s like being 17 but with more aching bones and less angst. Actually it’s marvellous, I have made my life as easy as it can be and more or less do what I want. I’ve paid off my mortgage, live in a lovely flat that I have just finished doing up and in a wonderful town by the sea.

I have realised that it is no point getting worked up about minor (or major) irritations . Continual moaning just makes you irritable and does not affect the person or situation you are moaning about as they usually can’t hear you. It also bores all those around you rigid. I can’t remember the last time I couldn’t sleep as I was worrying about something.

I think that not going to ‘proper’ work has made a great difference to my life. No attending boring meetings about boring subjects which have usually been discussed many times before.

I don’t care what people think of me anymore…if they don’t like me… so what …there are plenty of people who do. I don’t like everybody so why should everybody like me.

WHAT DO YOU HAVE NOW THAT YOU DIDN’T HAVE AT 25?

I have more money which really does make life much easier. I’m sure a time will come when I haven’t got much again but it is so lovely not having to think about every penny and I can pay to make my life easier. I have a cleaner which is so fantastic….I am hopeless at house work and I can’t describe the joy I have at not having to do it.

I also like to think that I also have some wisdom which I have acquired over the years

WHAT ABOUT SEX?

What about it…I can’t really believe I ever did it. I have talked to many women my age and many of them agree with me thinking that it is a very strange thing to do. I had fun doing it when I was younger but can’t bear the thought of it now… I’d much rather share a smile or hold someone’s hand.

AND RELATIONSHIPS?

I’m not really a relationship person. I’m far too lazy and enjoy my own company and my own funny ways far too much. I’d hate to live with someone unless we had a huge house where we could keep out of each other’s way

I’ve had a very strange relationship with an artist twenty years younger than me for the last 4 years. It’s a friendship that I can’t even really explain and have never really known anything like it before. But I rarely see him, we just message each other several times a day so it’s like he’s with me but he actually physically isn’t which is perfect for me.

I’ve also got a lot of friends and I have a different relationship with all of them and these satisfy all my needs ensuring that I am never bored and always have someone to talk to if I need to.

HOW FREE DO YOU FEEL?

I feel pretty free, the only thing that stops me from doing certain things is my very dodgy knees that makes walking too far a problem. But I’m very creative and can usually come up with a solution to make sure I can do what I want to do. I am currently embarking on a health improvement programme, and to get my knees fixed is on my list.

I am certainly free to make my own decisions and I really can’t bear people giving me unsolicited advice. If they do I usually do the opposite thing.

WHAT ARE YOU PROUD OF?

At the moment I’m very proud of getting my flat just the way I want it, in about 7 months.

I even got rid of most of my furniture and got some old things that were just what I’ve always wanted but never thought that I could have. It’s lucky that there are many shops and warehouses in St Leonards selling just what I want, at very reasonable prices.

I guess that people would think that I would be more proud of some of the things that I am well known for doing such as modelling for Lucian Freud or doing the illustrations for the Fendi SS18 menswear collection. And although I am really proud of these they are things that I was asked to do and I was working with other people but I did my flat all on my own and it was all my own creativity which went into it. It also helped that I was only pleasing myself and didn’t need to consult with or please anyone else.

WHAT KEEPS YOU INSPIRED?

I’m inspired by many things, I love meeting my old friends and meeting new people and looking at the things around me. I can find inspiration in most things which means that I am never bored.

My artist friend is also a great inspiration as he challenges me to do things that I haven’t done before and encourages me to make new art.

WHEN ARE YOU HAPPIEST?

I am happy most of the time, which is a wonderful feeling. I am particularly happy when I have finished all the jobs that I am meant to have done so that I can do exactly as I want but then I get a bit itchy and wait for the next project to come in.

AND WHERE DOES YOUR CREATIVITY GO?

In many different directions, although I usually wait to be asked to do things rather than starting projects on my own. But I am very lucky as people often ask me to do stuff, for instance this week I have sent a painting to be auctioned in aid of Art4Grenfell, I have written this piece and baked a cake to a recipe that I made up and next week I’m giving a talk in London about Leigh Bowery and Taboo.

WHAT’S YOUR PHILOSOPHY OF LIVING?

To live life as much as you can. I always think that experiences are more valuable that possessions.

Be kind to people. Don’t worry too much. Don’t complain too much. Make the best of whatever you have instead of focusing on what you don’t have. Try to see the funny side of everything. Even a bad experience can be made into a good story. To say ‘yes’ far more often that saying ‘no’.

AND DYING?

I used to be petrified of death but as I’ve got older, I’ve seen many of my friends and family get dreadful illnesses and addictions, some have died but some have survived. So now I’m not bothered about dying as long as it’s not too painful. And old age doesn’t look particularly appealing and I’ve got no children to look after me so I don’t want to live too long beset by pain and memory loss. However I don’t think I’m ready to go yet, I recently had surgery and they asked me if I wanted to be revived if I died on the operating table and I didn’t hesitate in saying ‘yes’.

But if I died tomorrow I would be satisfied with what I have achieved in my life and would be glad that I died happy.

ARE YOU STILL DREAMING?

If you mean do I dream when I’m asleep…yes, I do. I like the dreams that you have when you wake up and then snooze for a few minutes. I did this yesterday and the dream was so real I could feel myself flying through rooms and chatting to the various people that I met in them. It was most enjoyable.

But if you mean do I dream of doing things…not anymore. I used to dream about things that might happen to me and they never happened but the things that have happened to me are so bizarre I wouldn’t even imagine dreaming about them. For instance, I have been portrayed on the stage in London and on Broadway in the musical Taboo by Boy George. I also became the subject of the most expensive painting ever sold at auction by a living artist when Lucian Freud’s “Benefit Supervisor Sleeping” sold for 17.2 million pounds in 2008 which resulted in a media frenzy. And recently I did all the drawings that were used on the Fendi Spring/summer 2018 menswear collection and ended upon the front row at their Milan fashion show.

But when I was at school I dreamt about being an artist, this finally came true when I reached the ripe old age of 58 when I had a big show in London and have more or less made my living by my artistic skills in the two years since.

WHAT WAS A RECENT OUTRAGEOUS ACTION OF YOURS?

A few weeks ago I was asked to give a talk in the Art Tent at Hastings Pride. My payment for the event was a bottle of vodka which was plonked in front of me, along with several cold cans of diet coke as I sat down on stage. I don’t drink very often but I think the spirit of Leigh Bowery entered me on this sunny afternoon and I started glugging it down, I shared far more that I meant to in my talk and then carried on boozing, I invited several friend back to mine and as I left the field to get a taxi home I fell over and rolled down the grassy hill like a child and then came to an abrupt stop and immediately got my phone out like nothing had happened. We got back to mine and continued to drink until about midnight when I was sick and collapsed fully dressed on the floor by my bed.

AofA People: Kierra Foster-Ba – 5 Rhythms Teacher


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 Kierra Foster-Ba is a 56 year old educator and 5Rhythms dance teacher. Wait until you hear what her recent outrageous action was – it involves a ‘Pussy Church’.
WHAT IS YOUR NAME?  
Kierra Foster-Ba
HOW OLD ARE YOU? 
56
WHERE DO YOU LIVE? 
NYC (Upper West Side)
WHAT DO YOU DO? 
I am 28+ year veteran educator with the NYC Dept of Ed.  I am also a certified 5Rhythms® teacher (10 years), which is a dance based meditation practice.
 
TELL US WHAT IT’S LIKE TO BE YOUR AGE? 
There are pluses and minuses.   I am definitely wiser; calmer; and more generous with myself and others.  I have not always given my body the absolute best care and so my health is muddling.  The good news is that it has given me the impetus to be a lot more consistent with eating in a more health conscious way.
WHAT DO YOU HAVE NOW THAT YOU DIDN’T HAVE AT 25? 
At 25, I was a single mother of a 2 year old.  I have much more reflection and social time.
WHAT ABOUT SEX? 
I enjoy it
AND RELATIONSHIPS?
Right this moment (it will change) I am a bit heart sick.  I care for someone who has been running hot and then cold right from the beginning.  I have decided to stop reaching out.  I am hopeful that this will give him the opportunity to get clear about what he wants.
HOW FREE DO YOU FEEL? 
I definitely feel free when I am dancing.  I do not always feel free.  Much of what is happening politically in our country oppresses and depresses me.
WHAT ARE YOU PROUD OF? 
I am proud of being educated (no easy fete); of being a mom (again, no easy fete), of being a healer albeit a wounded one for healers like educators (proud to be one) help move civilization forward.  I am proud of not giving up when it was unbearable.
WHAT KEEPS YOU INSPIRED?
The 5Rhythms®, connecting with people, being in nature, Ida B. Well-Barnett
WHEN ARE YOU HAPPIEST?
Dancing, lazy days at the beach, when I am given sincere praise and ackowledgement, when someone I care about is affectionate with me; when I am physically intimate with someone who cares about me and the chemistry is sizzling.
AND WHERE DOES YOUR CREATIVITY GO?
To creating and delivering 5Rhythms® classes and workshops; to lesson planning; to create sexy outfits for myself; to creating musicscapes
WHAT’S YOUR PHILOSOPHY OF LIVING?
Breathe deep and dive in
AND DYING?
Not ready yet
ARE YOU STILL DREAMING?
More than ever
WHAT WAS A RECENT OUTRAGEOUS ACTION OF YOURS?
I took an empowerment course for women that unbeknown to me included something called: “Pussy Church.”  I was selected to go on stage and through video camera show my vulva to a room of 450 women.

AofA People: Caroline Culleton – Coach


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Caroline Culleton, 53, is a coach from Brisbane, yes, Brisbane!! She’s a coach, domestic goddess and much more.

WHAT IS YOUR NAME?

Caroline Culleton

WHAT IS YOUR AGE?

53

WHERE DO YOU LIVE?

Brisbane

WHAT DO YOU DO?

Coaching, at uni, domestic goddess, and everything in between

WHAT IS IS LIKE TO BE YOUR AGE?

Busy – crazy busy – I want to do it all. FOMO – smarter than when I was 20, more courageous and care little to what the youth say about me!

WHAT DO YOU HAVE NOW THAT YOU DIDN’T HAVE AT 25?

Something meaningful to say! A husband! Kids! An opinion! A belief in me! The willingness to try anything new just because. My own home with a pool.

WHAT ABOUT SEX?

What about it?

AND RELATIONSHIPS?

Have to say – less exciting. In fact rather dull and domestic. Bordering on dull. Have more fun with girlfriends when I laugh loads, eat well, drink too much and feel a sense of freedom.

HOW FREE DO YOU FEEL?

Getting away and walking in nature. Getting on a plane and flying anywhere. Swimming – it’s quiet underwater. Walking my dog. Driving up a highway in search of a beach to hang out on.

WHAT ARE YOU MOST PROUD OF?

My kids. As corny as that sounds I reckon I’ve done a pretty good job there! Jumping out of a plane on my 50th birthday.

WHAT KEEPS YOU INSPIRED?

Trying new things. Coaching my clients who inspire me with their desire to change and be amazing, learning.

WHEN ARE YOU HAPPIEST?

When I am walking with friends and camping. When there are no pressures from anywhere. Where I can just be me.

WHERE DOES YOUR CREATIVITY GO?

In writing – have a blog as well as my coaching site. I used to love painting a few years back – even won a little prize!! But haven’t done that for a while. Should do because it is a good distraction. Love to sing – but usually in the shower.

WHAT IS YOUR PHILOSOPHY OF LIVING?

Honesty, community, connection.

AND DYING?

Peacefully, respectfully,

ARE YOU STILL DREAMING?

Absolutely. The challenge is to act upon these dreams so they become realities – and that may mean putting self first regardless of what other say or want me to do.

WHAT WAS A RECENT OUTRAGEOUS ACTION OF YOURS?

Just bought into a network marketing skincare business because I know the product is brilliant but I am shit scared of selling – ha ha. That sure is outrageous. Watch this space.

AofA People: Sue Bentley – Author


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Sue Bentley is an author who has published over 70 books during her 25 year career. She is best known for her multi-million selling Magic Kitten, Magic Puppy, Magic Ponies and Magic Bunny series – for readers aged 5-8 years. Her latest, a dark fantasy thriller entitled We Other was published in April this year.

WHAT IS YOUR NAME?

Sue Bentley

WHAT IS YOUR AGE?

66

WHERE DO YOU LIVE?

UK

WHAT DO YOU DO?

I write for a living – books for children and adults. I’ve published over 70 books in a career of over 25 years.

WHAT IS IS LIKE TO BE YOUR AGE?

Wonderful. I feel free of the worries and hang-ups that dogged me for many of my younger years. I have a wonderful group of writer friends and have been married to the same man for around 40 years. I’m more myself than I’ve ever been and I’m absolutely not bothered about what anyone else thinks of me.

WHAT DO YOU HAVE NOW THAT YOU DIDN’T HAVE AT 25?

Confidence. Time to be as creative as I like in my writing. Security of owning my own home. Time to enjoy relaxing with my partner and take a day off from working whenever I like. I can dress how I like and not be bothered by trends or agonise about body shape.

WHAT ABOUT SEX?

Intimacy is important to me. The security of being able to be myself in a loving relationship is very special.I feel free of the pressures on women to be ‘forever sexy’. I’m me – take it or leave it.

AND RELATIONSHIPS?

Relationships of all kind are very important to me. My partner and I share many interests, but I also enjoy spending time with my sisters – I have 4 of them, and we’re all very different – and my writing friends – with whom I do things my partner isn’t interested in. I think this is very healthy in a long-term relationship. I also have two grown up sons and 6 grandchildren – from ages 14years – to 2 years who I adore.

HOW FREE DO YOU FEEL?

 I feel free within myself, but I do worry about the troubled wider world in which we live.

WHAT ARE YOU MOST PROUD OF?

 My writing achievements. Of being able to support myself from money earned from writing. I’m proud of my two sons who are healthy, fine young men.

WHAT KEEPS YOU INSPIRED?

Being creative by nature and allowing my curiosity to go in whatever direction it leads me. I love learning new things, interacting with other writers and readers. I adore reading good fiction. That always inspires and sometimes awes me.

WHEN ARE YOU HAPPIEST?

Being by myself, but only because I know I have the security of those I love around me. I like my own company and get lots of my best ideas when walking alone. I love my workspace. I have my own room where I can be undisturbed.

WHERE DOES YOUR CREATIVITY GO?

Wherever it wants to! I love colour, texture, flavour in all of life. I like the darkness, the fantastic and the extraordinary within the every day. These things are reflected in my books, short stories, and my artwork. I’m a multi-media artist and mono-print maker. Although most of my energy goes into whichever book I’m working on at the time.

WHAT IS YOUR PHILOSOPHY OF LIVING?

Live every day to the full. If you haven’t something kind to say, then say nothing. I’m a positive, glass half-full type of person.I’m imperfectly perfect, as I don’t always live up to my ideals!

AND DYING?

Philosophical about it. Not scared of dying, only of the process. These last two years we lost quite a few of our older generation, including my father just over a year ago. I was with three of my close relatives as they died. All the deaths were as individual as they were as people. It was a profoundly affecting experience, both terribly sad with a kind of beauty. I was also present at the birth of my grand daughter and held her in my arms immediately she took her first breath. And I’ve given birth naturally myself twice. So I have seen the beginning and the end of life. The mystery of it all is always with me.

ARE YOU STILL DREAMING?

Yes – I dream of the books I plan to write, the characters and setting I will create. Of all the wonderful things there are to experience in the world. I’m not a great traveller. I feel that I’m a creature of the place I was born in. My dreams are filled with the beauty and wonder all around me, of the greenness and trees of my little patch of earth. The wildlife in my garden. Of the laughter and wisdom of the children in my life. I allow myself to dream of the detail and richness of the close-at-hand. And that to me is the whole world.

WHAT WAS A RECENT OUTRAGEOUS ACTION OF YOURS?

Well – most of the outrageous things I do are in my mind! They often find their way into print in one way or another. But I hate injustice and did once shout at someone in a car park who was berating my partner, when he was actually trying to help her. The words came flying out before I could stop them! I’m not proud of that.

AofA People: Adrian Reith – Life Coach


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Adrian Reith and his partner Judy are the creators of Act3 – How To Live A Better Life After 50. Already a Guardian Masterclass (the next one is on September 20th), they are currently fundraising to produce a book that is available on pre-order.

WHAT IS YOUR NAME?

Adrian Reith

WHAT IS YOUR AGE?

62

WHERE DO YOU LIVE?

Cambridge

WHAT DO YOU DO?

I was an ad man.  Now I’m a mental plumber.  I help people unblock their mental pipes.  I coach people.

WHAT IS IS LIKE TO BE YOUR AGE?

Ridiculous. Ridiculously good, actually. The steep incline of takeoff when you get thrown back in your seat is long gone. Now we’re in a steady cruise – and I like it. I don’t for a moment wish I was younger.

WHAT DO YOU HAVE NOW THAT YOU DIDN’T HAVE AT 25?

Calm.  Confidence.  Less to prove.  Less arrogant and selfish, I hope. More aware and grateful of how lucky I am to be alive. Adult children. A belly.

WHAT ABOUT SEX?

Oh, I’m unstoppable. I’m at it right now.

AND RELATIONSHIPS?

I was a slow starter.  Maybe it was 8 years of boys-only boarding school. Then met a very very good friend, and Judy & I’ve been married nearly 30 years.  We work at it.  Nothing comes from nothing.

HOW FREE DO YOU FEEL?

 I feel 76.52% free.  Which by my reckoning is pretty good.  So much freer now from the things inside of me that limit me being me.  Yes, it’s still work in progress.  It’s a life’s work. That’ll be £25 please.

WHAT ARE YOU MOST PROUD OF?

I’m most proud of my three daughters because they know how to love, laugh and work. And proud of Judy, who surprises and inspires me.  And tells me when I’m a git.

WHAT KEEPS YOU INSPIRED?

 A motley collection of friends of all ages and stages are a delight – from their second decade to their ninth.  Most of them are what you’d call creative people.  But then I think everyone is creative in their own way. And wonder.

WHEN ARE YOU HAPPIEST?

This morning, gliding slowly and alone on a classic racing bike through Suffolk countryside, perceptible warmth from the English sun, and a lone skylark, bubbling above.

WHERE DOES YOUR CREATIVITY GO?

Creativity is crucial. I do projects.  Written things, filmed things, recorded things. I’ve owned and run creative businesses; chaired the charity Street Child United; and now Act3 – How To Have A Better Life After 50 is our new baby .. and it’s a huuuuuge baby. You should get involved, frankly.

WHAT IS YOUR PHILOSOPHY OF LIVING?

Aim low.

AND DYING?

Dying is a great sharpener.  Cut the crap.  At my age death focuses me on what’s important.  Last night I went to a Death Cafe evening.  It was great – you should go. And quite the opposite of depressing.

ARE YOU STILL DREAMING?

I dream of cycling alone through Africa where I grew up.  Of sleeping in a tent dreaming of lions just outside the flap.

WHAT WAS A RECENT OUTRAGEOUS ACTION OF YOURS?

I was responsible for bringing 200 street children from 19 countries to Rio to play a Street Child World Cup in 2014 to raise awareness of 100 million kids who live every night on the street.  None of them had a birth certificate or passport. I consider the fact that no-one died a major achievement.

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