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Beyond Good and Evil

First published 1886, Beyond Good and Evil by Friedrich Nietzsche is worthy of revisiting if you have picked it up at some point in your life. 877 more words

Lest We Forget

மறந்து போன மண்பானை பொங்கல்

My first post in Tamil in this blog. Will try to translate it for those who can’t read this wonderful language. This blog post is just to describe the importance off Pongal and how we have changed our self and forgotten the very basics of this festival. 14 more words


I find it a little strange when people get hysterical over the death of celebrities but, nevertheless, the loss of life is still sad. Especially if said person is someone that you look up to or that has influenced your life in a positive way.   197 more words

Tower Poppies

Lest we forget – in gratitude to those who gave their lives, so that we may live in freedom.  The Tower of London, UK, November 2014. 14 more words


Up out of the Trenches

In 2012 I visited Verdun, a World War I battlefield site in France. It was a bitter cold day, the kind when the damp and chill cut right through your layers. 859 more words


Lest We Forget: Genius from the 00's

Nostalgia. The 2000s saw my love for football Cryuff-spin into an obsession: the stickers, the trading cards, cutting out the back pages of newspapers, every highlight show, every new football boot and… 1,027 more words


Lest We Forget or Should We Forget?

The times are changing, as they have always changed. Like variations of several themes our futures turn into history, oft told and never remembered properly. I drove past a sign commemorating the First World War with a young German in my car. 151 more words

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