Currently, I Can’t

Currently, I cannot do terribly much. It is a good thing, to sit back and just wait to heal. I have the time to reflect, I have moments to seize and seconds to contemplate. All the books I now have time to read, old favourites to revisit like forgotten memories who drop in for an … Continue reading Currently, I Can’t

Be Wary

So we have found our latest prophet; the man of the moment who will save us all from the monster of censorship; the man who will release our souls from our self-made chains and shower our tongues with roses.We shall be free, our internet, our speech - sing the hymns of praise! I refer of … Continue reading Be Wary

Time Change

Once again, the clocks have changed. "Spring forward, Fall back" as the saying goes - a useful tip for those of you who can't remember which way is up in March and October.Like so many things, changing the clocks is one of those things we do without really thinking about it. We just do it … Continue reading Time Change

All is New

So all everyone has had on their minds the past 2 years is "the new normal." So much so it has for many become the normal normal. For others it has always remained abnormal. It is now interesting to see how humanity will react to losing what was called normal and now be told to … Continue reading All is New


A weed, some say, is a flower you have not been introduced to yet. It is the little thing you thoughtlessly pull up because it does not fit in the herbaceous border you have so carefully planted. While we are so vigilant about the weeds that grow where we can see them, we are less … Continue reading Weeds


I have of late, but wherefore I know not, lost all my mirth. And indeed it goes so heavily with my disposition that this goodly frame, the earth, seems to me a sterile promontory. This most excellent canopy, the air, look you, this brave o'erhanging firmament, this majestical roof fretted with golden fire, why, it … Continue reading Curiosities

When You Stop

At some point, there are things we stop doing. As a child perhaps, you suddenly stopped biting your fingernails or wearing only wearing blue.As a teenager, you might have suddenly stopped listening to the band you swore, once in a fit of loyalty, to follow until you die. Perhaps you stopped playing football or believing … Continue reading When You Stop


Time fleets past us like a horse with wings, mythical and unreal, it flows in an endless race, away from us, dragging us along. We are unwittingly running without moving, every moment of our lives. Until one day we stop. To our surprise perhaps or to our relief. The past hunts us down and we … Continue reading Haunted


We have all heard it said, that beauty is in the eye of the beholder. Since in this premise, I am the beholder allow me, my fair friends (and I can only presume you shall be fair) to unveil to you what I perceive as beauty.Having been spared in my youth the advertised notions of … Continue reading Beauty

Friday Rambles

As we all know, there are certain things we cannot question. History, although written by the winners in any given conflict, is in certain aspects sacrosanct. We have been given a set of numbers, however improbable, and a series of events that are unquestionable because, well, they are and if you don't agree, bow your … Continue reading Friday Rambles


By Dylan Charles Source: Waking Times Have you noticed that in most of the great works of dystopian science fiction and cinema there’s a recurring theme of mass conformity to uncomfortably rigid and enforced social norms? There’s always an impenetrable bureaucracy which has reduced the masses to statistical averages to be more efficiently managed. The … Continue reading WHY IS NON-CONFORMITY YOUR GREATEST ASSET IN THESE STRANGE TIMES?