It is 7:29 AM on Sunday January 29th, 2022. In the past year I continue to wake up early, around 4 AM but I don’t actually get out of bed. I’ll peruse though my usual apps on my phone until I’m sleepy then get another hour of sleep before actually getting out of bed. The…… Continue reading Journal Entry – 1.16.2022
Looking at my post list I had quite forgotten this one has been waiting some time for my personal comments. I finished this book last year. I put in my favorite quotes but then it just sat, forgotten. So without further delay let me get to it and post it. While people brood, time skips…… Continue reading Einstein’s Dreams
回れ回れ回れよ – Maware maware maware yo水車回れまわって – Mizu kuruma mawatteお日さん呼んでこい – Ohisan yonde koi 生まれて育って死んだとて – Be born, grow up and dieせんぐりいのちがよみがえる – Lifetimes come and go in turn https://youtu.be/boUuU5YT3ZM Work is very slow as most have not returned from the holidays so I’ve had some spare time on my hands. Today I’ve been cleaning…… Continue reading We are born, we grow up and we die
At 42 years of age my understanding of authority has evolved and I wanted to get these thoughts down. When you’re a kid there are people you just have to obey without question. This would include: your parents, teachers, priests, adults and now that I think about it, just about everyone except other kids. We…… Continue reading Authority!
It is noontime on Friday October 10th, 2019. The morning has been especially reminiscent of autumn with a crisp, cool breeze blowing through the trees and a clearness of the blue ocean which is often obscured by fog in the summer. The leaves do not change colors much here on the coast, and it is…… Continue reading Journal Entry 10.11.19
My Dad sent me “Longing for an Internet Cleanse” by the New York Times columnist David Brooks this evening and my Dad was right, I did like it. At first glance I thought the ‘longing’ might be for an internet that wasn’t just one big commercial dump of advertising, popups and monetizing. Or as Mr.…… Continue reading Kairos Time
I read the Alchemist for the first time around 1996, almost a decade after it was originally published. Like many books I’ve read long ago I had forgotten most of it. It was a chance encounter seeing it featured as a book to digitally borrow from my library app and I listened to it during…… Continue reading The Alchemist
Revelations: Extremely interesting things I’ve learned that should be common knowledge but are not. Before modern sanitation was invented a lot of people had worms. I learned this from the Lloyds Bank coprolite (viking turd) studied by Paleoscatologists. Another common discovery in old faecal matter are trichuris nematodes – or whip worms – that can…… Continue reading Revelations