I am writing this in May 2020. On Friday, the air was so clear that you could see for miles. It was a day with high winds. I was out on a 17 k walk across farms and open country, and I watched in awe as an oak tree of around 70 years old, dancedContinue reading “Why are we killing ourselves? Money?”
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Bite – Discover Prompts – Book Bites
The best work is not always the most perfect
orchestrate – Discover Prompts – Day 8
I was listening to BBC Sounds yesterday, and I caught the end of a podcast on Beethoven. Now Beethoven has long been a favourite composer of mine. Yesterday’s offering enhanced my understanding of why this was and of my own sensitivity. Beethoven was not well loved when I was young; he was criticized and derided,Continue reading “orchestrate – Discover Prompts – Day 8”
Normality in the Workplace in 2020, and the Pandemic that Changed our Pathological Working Life
Photograher, Hermione Laake (young mum of 24 years, writer and ex-retail manger, 1990). I thought I would write a Coronovirus diary, as I read one blog on behaviour during the pandemic from Toronto and found it interesting from a psychological perspective. Covid-19 in 2020 Here, in our small town we have over four coffee shops;Continue reading “Normality in the Workplace in 2020, and the Pandemic that Changed our Pathological Working Life”
My Diabetes Avoidance Blog- Relapse; family; latent consciousness; Freud, Jung, Jonathan Livingston Seagull and Emily Dean.
It was a major relapse. I feel I have let you all down. But mostly I’ve let myself down.
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