Category Archives: Clowns Without Borders

Clowns Without Borders: No Laughing Matter

Monday, November 19th 2018   After a year of Hospital Clowning under my belt I finally feel ready to start trying to join Clowns Without a Borders.  Here is a documentary of an example of their exploits, in Lesbos three years … Continue reading

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Just a Relaxing Saturday

Saturday, September 22nd 2018 Nothing to see here folks. *Yawn.*   2018-09-22 Just a Relaxing Saturday [33 seconds]:   Too bad domestic life with kids is so booor-ring. #not #infactnever ♥♥

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Children in Cages – What to Do?

June 11th 2018   These children are imprisoned for being born somewhere. My hospital clown training has taught me that the pain we feel in the face of others’ suffering is not only perceptual but neurological.  And the way … Continue reading

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