Monthly Archives: March 2016

Blame, lies and negativity

I have never been a great fan of people who just, almost habitually use quotes in lieu of any real thought. I wouldn’t mind so much if I thought that they had thought about these quotes, discovered some relevance and meaning … Continue reading

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Staying true to yourself

I have never been one for labeling people. It doesn’t make sense to decide what type of personality someone is and then let that dictate how you will interact with them. Most personality profile tests try to squeeze all humans … Continue reading

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Angels in the city …

Excuse me but can I talk with you for while? In this lonely city I felt you when you came close to me. I felt your warmth and I could smell you as you stepped from their world and into … Continue reading

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Thinking about friendship

There is plenty to recommend the school of thought that tells us that we should not worry ourselves too much with sorting things out, how we think and how we react. Our brain. like our body has the ability to … Continue reading

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I cannot escape this sense . . .

This is extremely personal. The following is an extract from a speech that I presented last year: Post Traumatic Stress Disorder doesn’t only affect people who have suffered extreme physical violence, it can inflict anyone who has had a traumatic … Continue reading

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