Category Archives: non-fiction

Wave Goodbye – The World Is Ending … Not!

The world is on the brink of massive change … again. The world is always on the precipice of annihilation or the dawning of a beautiful age. We’re always about to bequeath an apocalyptic horror to our children or inherit … Continue reading

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Flying Off Course To Arrive

Have you ever noticed that aeroplanes don’t always take off in the direction they want to go? They need a head-wind to give them lift and so they head off into the wind, get up in the sky and then … Continue reading

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The Problem With The World is …

The problem with the world is that it isn’t. THE WORLD doesn’t exist. A WORLD doesn’t exist. There’s your world and my world; her world and his world. Our worlds seem excruciatingly close. So close, in fact, that they seem … Continue reading

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The Problem With Your Problems is …

The Problem With Your Problems is that they’re not big enough … for the formula is: big problems = big life. Nelson Mandela’s big problem meant a big life. How big is your life – is it limited by your small problems? Continue reading

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The Problem with Problems is …

The problem with problems is that we think that problems shouldn’t be. We spend our lives trying to rid ourselves of problems – avoiding them, reducing them, eliminating them. The battle-cry of the age is for everyone to Make A … Continue reading

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Primordial Action, Self-Harming and Peace

As the snake crawled out of the rain and into the carpenter’s shed, the hand-saw, lying on the bench, bit him, drawing blood. Acting on his primordial impulses, the snake retaliated. He wrapped himself round his attacker, squeezing it tighter … Continue reading

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Mind Controlling the Pulse of Life?

I was last in an operating theatre 58 years ago for the removal of my tonsils. It was not a space I was accustomed to. I woke from my appendectomy operation – taking out my burst, gangrenous appendix – fighting … Continue reading

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