A deeper look at Jack the Beanstalk and Iron John for our youth. For Rites of passage, redeeming the father, responsibility and forgiveness.

Across space and across time, between here and Castle Quo (read the status quo) – I hear the anguished cries of women and children; I hear the complaints of men, I hear the cries of our planet, the spaceship earth…

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The Star Woman Chapter 06 She leaves us (men), withdraws to somewhere we cannot follow. We fall back, into the wasteland, a living death

Our beloved leaves us. She goes somewhere we as immature males cannot follow, We ignore the risk and her warnings not to follow and so a fundamental part of us dies in the attempt to follow her. So we fall back into the wasteland, a living death.

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Jack and the Beanstalk for Women’s day 9th August.

The story simply states that Jack lived with his widowed mother and that they were very poor. A very modern description of our world, a prophetic story in many ways. Prophetic because these stories spring from the eternal and are therefore forever relevant … and a very accurate description of single-parent families today, of mothers and their struggle in the land of giants, their battle to make ends meet.

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Jack and the Bean Stalk Chapters 02 The narrative

Giants and Tyrants abound in our world claiming and owning things that belong to all. Giants are not invincible, The Jack story describes the “How” of dealing with them

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