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It has come to pass that I have done what I swore that I would not do, and it hasn’t killed me. I had said that I would not allow any month to pass without me uploading an entry … Continue reading
Hate is more than a four-letter word, it is a radicalising philosophy. See the righteous rage of fundamentalist religion, Sacrificing human rights for political gain, Empowering few, enslaving more: creating division, Perceiving no evil and causing great pain. Hate is … Continue reading
As you may know, I have been doing doctoral studies for the past three years. This moves into a new phase this week where I have to demonstrate that the pronouncements that I have made and the reflections that I … Continue reading
As I sat here this morning, thinking of what I could write in this installment of my blog, I can think of only one thing: the extraordinarily poor customer service that I have received from telecommunications giant, Digicel, over the past three … Continue reading
I awakened this morning with the thought “Do you want the life that you have, more than you want the life that you dream of? You have to decide this.” Of course, for me, the answer is a resounding “NO!!!!!” … Continue reading
The Magic Wedding Dress Sylvia Patterson, a well known figure to the Forbes household, walked up the drive one Saturday afternoon to visit her sister Sheryl. Together, they went up to Sheryl’s spare room to get her old wedding dress, … Continue reading
As a recovering depressive I need frequent reassurance that things will get better. I find this in the pithy little one-liners that I hear around me from time to time. Sadly, though I can’t remember them and it … Continue reading