It seems that all good things in life tend to an end. So do holidays. The end of another cycle. Beginning anew.
But life goes on. And so do we. I had a nice workshop at Henley. Time to close the Dynamics of Management module. Yes, I managed to send my assignment on time. And I hope I managed to close that module too. Soon I’ll know.
But if there’s one sight I will remember from this summer in UK it’s this one:
Stonehenge. Proud, defiant. Standing through the ages. Surviving not only its creators but their memories. Nobody knows what it was built for. Probably just a display of power. But, if that was its intent, why do stones align with the sun at certain dates? Why can you follow the months through the shadows of the stones? Why there are so many questions?
One thing is for sure. As you approach Stonehenge you (I) can feel the energy there, not only in the monument, but in the whole valley. Something is going on there.
Coming back is no big deal when weather is good. It hasn’t been very good for the last few days but it is now. This afternoon is great to spend it at the beach, or maybe cycling. I still have to decide.
Meanwhile in the MBA two more modules ignite. They are called Managing People and Performance and Managing Processes, Systems and Projects. Lots of things to read, to work, to digest.
I’ll keep you posted. Welcome all.