Monday 16 June 2008

Teatime for lambs

The founding premise of Western, and increasingly global, civilization is the cult of the individual; the encouragement from an early age to manufacture a distinct identity which can be referred to as the ‘unique me’. The paradox lies in the fact that each of us is already unique and needs not a scrap of effort to make it so. This is analogous to continuing to pour the tea when the cup is full.

Monday 9 June 2008


O What a happy house!

Saturday 7 June 2008

Innate Intelligence

Who you are, knows.
What you think, doesn't.

The Big Bang

Meanwhile, Professor Carroll urged cosmologists to broaden their horizons: "We're trained to say there was no time before the Big Bang, when we should say that we don't know whether there was anything - or if there was, what it was."

Wednesday 4 June 2008

Too simple

As long as there is someone to do it, there is something to be done.
When there is no one to do it, something gets done.

Sunday 1 June 2008


'As soon as you become an empty room, you are a sanctuary.'
Francis Lucille