This Earthquake I Build a House - by Stephen J.M. Bray
have to confess to knowing a little of building houses,"
writes Stephen, "for as a nine year old child I wa
tched my father design a house that he imagined would last well
beyond his lifetime. Indeed I helped him to check items on its
specification, and to supervise its construction.
Bray has now made his home in Turkey where nature contributes
physical pressures that were not to be expected in the England
of his father's house.
exposure to the August 1999 earthquake shortly after arrival in
Turkey forms the backcloth to this article, which wanders far
and wide via domestic and philosophical issues and describes how
he and his wife and family are are embracing the rich tapestry
of their exciting environment.
Hierarchy of Needs Revisited - Michael Mallows
reflected on Abraham Maslow’s hierarchy of Needs in previous
issues," writes Michael Mallows, " I thought it might
be interesting to revisit and look at the model again through a
cultural lens, so to speak."
article is a framework he uses with actual or prospective
trans-racially adoptive parents and foster carers.