Why do I write?
That is a question a lot of people ask me and it is one I often ask myself.
Writing is a lonely, sedentary task. 508 more words
The 1960s counter-culture was not a fashion statement; it was a way of life. It looked at the boring establishment, the old-boys network, the stereotypical attire, the joyless lack of creativity, the conventions, religion, politics, blatant selfish greed, exploitation, inherent racism and sexism and looked to create something better. 81 more words
Were you to ask me if I were an optimist or a pessimist or whether the glass is either half full or half empty, I’d get very quiet, very thoughtful, smile and tell you, “Yes.” To this, you’d probably say, “Well which is it?” I’d smile again and say that my views on such things may seem to represent an irreconcilable dichotomy or even a paradox. 932 more words
This controversial blog has everything!! You have to see it to believe it! Politics, Religion. Madness. Roy Harper. Nick Harper and Captain Beefheart
Sometimes I think life is all a mad rush. We are borne along and thrill to the ride. It all storms past in a great blur and you are swamped by it. 130 more words
‘Nowadays, we are confronted by a huge gap between rich and poor. This is not only morally wrong, but practically a mistake. It leads to the rich living in anxiety and the poor living in frustration, which has the potential to lead to more violence. 178 more words