Welcome back! It's season three and we're starting this season with a special episode packed with humanity and wisdom.
In today's show Josh hosts The Living Project's very own Cormac Davey. The resulting conversation shines a light on Cormac's colourful and not a little bit spiritual journey from his birth in Northern Ireland, to his home now at Basecamp in Swindon with his wife Carrie. (There were life stops along the way in Ecuador, Lesotho and Sri Lanka to name a few!)
Cormac opens up about significant difficulty he's faced in his life and how he made sense of those things and moved forwards, and he shares his own connection with the Wild - how he finds his water, earth, fire and air.
Cormac's passionate about the issue of equality (or more the lack of it) in the world and from his experience working in international development, and his own personal experience he shares insight into issues he's passionate about and seeking to contribute to now - namely; the climate crisis, and more locally - private land ownership and the potential criminalisation of trespass.
Cormac's name in Gaelic means Raven - a symbol of wisdom and this conversation is an inspirational and brave opening up into Cormac's experience on his journey so far, where he finds himself now, and where he's looking. It's packed with wisdom that we hope will trigger thoughts, learnings and reflections within you. It's a magical testimony of the now for the Raven who is Cormac Davey.
Thank you for joining us - we hope you enjoy it, and would love to hear your thoughts.
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