Winnie the Pooh Wisdom……

Like most tots I use to watch Winnie the Pooh and now looking back I see the amount of wisdom that is in this cartoon that I once thought was cute but silly. It’s weird how when you’re a kid it has a different meaning and when you get older you can see things from a different perspective, (in some cases things become a lot more clear and others its gets a bit fuzzy lol). Continue reading Winnie the Pooh Wisdom……

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Dear Non- Existent Valentine…….

Non-Existent Valentine

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Tuesday 14th February 2017,

Dear Non- Existent Valentine,

How are you? I hope you are well? I’m not so swell if I’m being honest, all this extra and forced love and affection couples are showing today makes me want to vomit!  Continue reading Dear Non- Existent Valentine…….

Aristotle: On the Pursuit of Happiness

”Happiness depends on acquiring a moral character, where one displays the virtues of courage, generosity, justice, friendship, and citizenship in one’s life.” Aristotle

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The Christmas Man and Me: A Prose Poem 

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Betwixt: A Quatrain Poem 

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Friedrich Nietzsche: On Why Painful Experiences are Necessary for Our Growth

“Life without pain is meaningless. Pain is the source of all value in the world. It is test of one’s true worth”. Friedrich Nietzsche

There are moments in our lives where we feel pain sometimes intense pain, and the thing with this pain thing is, well they are a pain to deal with!! Pain tends to come every now and then in our lives in different ways ,but when it does come, it storm in like a hurricane and has this slow yet compelling sluggish existence. For me the best way to describe that internal feeling is in one word and that is OouchArghhhhUrghhhhhOuch! (well a few words rolled in to one!) This Ouch-Argh-Urgh-Ouch feeling just takes over…… for that moment at least! Continue reading Friedrich Nietzsche: On Why Painful Experiences are Necessary for Our Growth