Growing up, I had a hard time in Physical Education. I couldn’t run or do jumping jacks or any kind of high intensity activity that raised my heart rate beyond a certain level. I had a doctor’s note to prove it, but that didn’t usually stop some P.E. teachers from bullying me just as much as my fellow students did.
Archives for June 2016
We look at our dogs every day. But I realised that I was usually looking for something in particular. Something to stop, something that they were doing wrong. Then I learned that if you look differently, more attentively, you can see much more. You can actually see who your dog is! It seems the more you look, the more you can see.
If you’ve been feeling like your life has become stagnant, it might be time to try something new. Consider this your wake up call to get out there and take on a new challenge or hobby this summer and change the way you see the world around you.
In 1905, a relatively unknown PhD candidate had a handful of scientific papers published in the Annals of Physics that forever changed our understanding of the world. Max Planck, who later would edit the journal, was among the first to recognize the genius of these papers.
Before I start this, I should probably get a few things out on the table. I am a man. I am white. I am heterosexual; in the current vernacular I am cisgender. And I don’t believe in a god. I tell you these things up front because in some corners of the Internet these things […]
I long for a society that reclaims the wasteful.
Inherently, the energy parasite may not be a bad person; they’re just not the right person to be spending time with every day.
Guns play in fields of hope, like swing sets begging to be heard, and pop out bullets to argue for existence. And the world wonders what’s happening…
Reading through your diaries – back during those nasty divorce years – I remember dealing with my own issues as a young teenager; never realizing how you suffered as well… especially missing mum.
Shortly after I got out of treatment, I arranged through a friend to get Jacques the money I owed him. I never heard from him although my friend said that Jacques had smiled when he took the money and asked if I was doing okay, and when she said I was, he shrugged as if to say I’m glad it worked.