Category Archives: Philosophy

Classical … typical

At the door she stood Half naked the light went through Her see through open robe Half open to be accurate Occurred to me as I was Half listening to her stream Of words, a self held Conversation. How typical … Continue reading

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Note

A flying note – In three or four words she writes Her whole world. June 6, 2018

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Temple … Meditating Peach

 I have been to the temple today My mum is pleased, but Which temple? She asks It has been the temple of A Thousand Gods, then The One God Then the three Gods Then No God! No God resides … Continue reading

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Myth

Story told thousand times A story told over a thousand years Eventually believed Who could challenge, Wisdoms of old Who could challenge: none! June 4, 2018

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Article: Creativity and Boredom

Recently I had one of those International variations of flu strains that meant I had weeks of being able to do next to nothing. Except, of course, thinking. Prior to this exotic flu strain visit, I was extremely busy with … Continue reading

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A bird’s final act

A bird crossed the road It flew into the car’s grill A final act in a life lived in a flight! May 23, 2018

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Article: The Right to be Forgotten

This Thursday will mark the implementation of an EU new standard for handling data. According to CNN’s Richard Quest, it consists of three parts: Opt In, the Right to be Forgotten, and the Company burden. Out of these, the Right … Continue reading

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