THE IMAGINATION ACTS website has been created by Anne Yarwood, resident in Ascot for over 50 years, to show how individuals CAN effect change… can DO something about their concerns, in an imaginative way.
Our October 2019 edition :-
THE TRANSIT LOUNGE
Living my life: dying my death: THE TRANSIT LOUNGE experience of the waning physical life-force.
‘THE TRANSIT LOUNGE’ is the scene for this edition of TIA. As Curator & Editor I am living this phase of my life between life fully lived and a stage of fragility.
I’ve passed through Check-in, sitting now with many others, chatting to some. All seats face the run-way beyond the vast glass panes. I’m wondering if my flight is scheduled, reliably…
So.. THE TOP PICTURES wave at heart-locked specials.
THE BLOG illustrates me and Comrades’ years of demonstrations about injustice – HERE
THE STORY gives pinhole peeps into the atmosphere of my start in life, within which my future attitudes were founded – HERE
(I had planned to write much, much more about my life, but am physically frail and my mind is reduced in its former sharpness, after three hospital admissions .These jettisoned me into the limbo of the Transit Lounge. Will slowly write more about more….is a plan!)
WAKEUP says what we actually know and maybe enact – HERE
GALLERY fills up with the JOYS of my moochings for beauty, wisdom, inspiration, interdependence – HERE
CLIMATE CHANGE jerks us to believe what’s going on within the children’s’ CALL and notes the adult RESPONSE, at the UN CLIMATE SUMMIT in New York; all set amidst the terrifying and media-ignored tree fires in many countries. The page end by speaking of the bravery of remaining hopeful – HERE
ELSEWHERE stays in solidarity with Palestine; a soul cry of anguished love. The page ends with one group.. one man’s… inspired and tough imaginative action – HERE
The next edition of TIA will be at the year’s turn.
We will be looking for ways and means for the IMAGINATION to address the challenges and gifts of the times.”
Warm greetings to you all and we hope you enjoy ‘The Transit Lounge’.
Anne Yarwood and Sally Dillon