‘Unstated’ and its offshoots – where you’ll find all sorts of things that are about your world, one way or another. I hope you enjoy it.
It’s been a long time coming, but, Getting Directions has now been brought up to speed again. You’ll find all the entries now have end-of-the-day contextualising introductions to, well, provide a context for what follows. It should make sense when you read it … and … (Read More)
After a silent few weeks, Rumination has seen a new entry with Dog Thoughts.
An ugly cop-out get-out clause
… to smile
Rumination has seen three new entries. Covid-19 provides the context for just one of them (‘Breaking Ice’). ‘Pointless Stones’ looks at the importance – or otherwise – of gravestones. ‘Being Sensibly Selfish’ is a relatively different look at how perhaps we in fact all are. … (Read More)
(Why old interests are coming back to the fore.) Lately, I’m finding where I’m tending to focus is rooted in my – relatively – distant past. These are the factors that will be or already are (to varying extents) influencing Unstated and its off-shoots. Grids … (Read More)
Rumination has seen three more updates. Of course, Covid-19 looms large one way or another in people’s thoughts. There’s anger; there’s thoughtfulness. ‘We’re All Guilty’ raises the issue of personal responsibility for poor government While ‘Your Stuff’ airs thoughts about all the stuff we all … (Read More)
(Why ‘Problems. Causes. Fixes. Simple!’ came about logically.) I was trying to think about what’s really radical in our modern era. This is a long-running background topic I’ve been musing on. I’ve plenty of thoughts, notes and jottings, and so I started sorting through them. … (Read More)
Take the realities of climate change and a growing-out-of-control global population and stir well. Throw into the pot the more major problems that those two over-arching factors in turn create – not enough food, not enough water, using up never-to-be-replaced resources, plant and animal extinctions. … (Read More)