Category Archives: Philosophy

Something to Think About

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Midnight

The medication makes me dozy so i sleep around twelve to sixteen hours a day in four-hour spurts. I have mastered the sleeping position and sleep so comfortably i do not need to move. i awake well rested and extremely cheerful.  today … Continue reading

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cut

i am typing one-handed.  my left arm is now in a sling. the most sophisticated of slings i have ever seen.  a veritable rolls-royce of slings.  it is like motorcycle jacket, armoured and padded and fitted with accessories. so complicated … Continue reading

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A Brief History of Time

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Because.

Well worth reading. Educated women are the world’s  future. SundayReview | OP-ED COLUMNIST What’s So Scary About Smart Girls? MAY 10, 2014 Nicholas Kristof WHEN terrorists in Nigeria organized a secret attack last month, they didn’t target an army barracks, a police department or … Continue reading

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Why?

Definitely… Even an atheist can appreciate this. Kim Murphy-Stewart why do we always blame God? Alan Freshwater   – because we cannot accept responsibility for our own actions. – because we cannot accept that the universe is a series of semi-random events in … Continue reading

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Easter Day

The silver trumpets rang across the Dome: The people knelt upon the ground with awe: And borne upon the necks of men I saw, Like some great God, the Holy Lord of Rome. Priest-like, he wore a robe more white … Continue reading

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John 8:7

This Easter, though atheist, I have examined my conscience most carefully. I come to the considered conclusion that I am in a position to cast the first stone. The great advantage of being thus is that I have no desire whatsoever … Continue reading

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Trolling

I am beginning to get an inkling of the sense of fun that trolls get.  I am not against hunting. As a recreational pastime and as a source of food it is fine. Attempting to exterminate an indigenous species out of misguided … Continue reading

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Death and Destruction

Today was Kidney Specialist day.   I decided the Silver Lady and I would have a day out.  First I slept in until the time I usually start work, then had a leisurely shower.  A good way to start a … Continue reading

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