Bleeding Heart

My heart bleeds for those whose life depends upon the actions of the few, to contest the mighty many of those whose life has been subdued. My heart weeps for all those people whom attack the honest few, trying to contest the might of the group. Though only will the sorrow take refuge from this […]

Revealing the grey

The enlightenment is ongoing. It is not something that was purely limited to the time period beginning with Descartes. It’s a progressive revealing of the grey areas of our existence and increasing awareness of our ongoing moral dilemmas. I recall a 3hr conversation with somewhat of a modern day philosopher Max Kaye a few years […]

I am me

I will follow my heart wherever it may take me but I will use my mind and intellect to combat the ignorance in my self and others. I will not capitulate to dogmatic belief in a TINA (There Is No Alternative) collective mindset nor will I be a spineless man with no courage to stand […]

Ashes and Armour

I wrote this when reflecting on the challenges faced of overcoming our collective trauma and the test of our spirit in hope and despair

Origin stories

I was born into a hippy Christian cult called the Children of God. At this time my dad was running a artsy cafe in Adelaide. What I can remember from this early part of my life was that it very disruptive and traumatic. Some of it I just wouldn’t share on this blog. But I […]

GDPR: wolf in sheeps clothing

Well not entirely, and if it is, it’s unlikely intentional.  More so, a misguided attempt by a growing bureaucracy to protect people and enable greater economic and social prosperity. Or maybe just a classic example of the nanny state.  I’ll admit that headline was meant to get those GDPR pundits and supporters all riled up. […]