Every one is precious. I am usually cautious with the expression 'hero' - all my life I have experienced inspiration from other people. I have noticed this has been independent of their social position, economic worth, their gender, sexual preferences, colour or creed. We are all heroes - but I also see these are special... Continue Reading →

Combatting COVID-19 – My local supermarket’s contribution

The toilet paper drama has become a distant memory. Earlier today my (soon to be) 15-year-old son said he had been watching YouTube videos, of people around the world fighting in shops over – toilet paper. During dinner, we talked about the Coronavirus (which dominates so much right now), and the experience of shopping. Earlier... Continue Reading →

On Depression and Reinvention

On depression. It's not like you have to have, or one has to have a deep-seated, deep-rooted depression ... root thing, that's run over years, if not, the whole life ... to ... experience depression. Life circumstances can change suddenly, or over a longer period of time. And present someone with challenges that, basically, outstrip... Continue Reading →

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