In my last post on here, I talked about why hate isn’t born with us – instead, it’s fostered by actions and words, often by our parents and those who have an impact on us. While that post spoke specifically about whether we hate someone (or something) because of a genuine malice or because we’re […]
I haven’t written here in a little bit. Truth be told, I’ve been a little numbed by the events that took place in the US over the last week or so. Trying to understand what comes next. For America; for the world.
Today the world changes. We don’t know how much, and it may not be as bad as we believe it could get. Still, it changes. But we must not.
A little while back, my wife was talking to me about her blog. She’s an independent author and, as such, uses her blog a lot to talk about her books, her characters, events, etc. One of the things she said was she found it hard to come up with ideas, given that there’s only so […]
When I was eight years old, my aunt used to take me on weekly train rides in the summer to Burntisland, across the Forth Rail Bridge that connected Edinburgh to the Kingdom of Fife. It was always something I looked forward to. From the train ride itself to traversing the majestic rustic bridge, to the […]
At the end of last year, I ran a little experiment on what would happen if you removed social sharing options from your blog. My curiosity stemmed from a couple of things: a really interesting blog post I read from Sam Solomon, and the fact that my blogging goals had changed drastically. Instead of talking […]