I watched an episode of Season 2 of Billions last night and was left with an unaccustomed feeling of repulsion. … More
The world is full of annoyance and “noise” in the statistical sense. Meaningless “stuff”, which in the bigger picture it is best to ignore. To shrug,walk away from.
I have had three occasions recently, which gave me pause for thought about vanity, motive and human stupidity.
The legend of El Dorado, a fabulous golden city in South America, inspired many expeditions in the 16th Century in search of wealth and excess.
As deadly sins go, bingeing on Netflix probably ranks among the less serious.
I have come to question my behaviour when dealing with a pig over the past couple of years. Well, pigs actually.
Bishop Michael Curry preached a fine sermon at the wedding today of Prince Harry and beautiful actress Meghan Markle.
My own petty, unimportant and irrelevant moral dilemma should teach me something about the world and how to improve it.
How has it come to pass that a tiny handful own the vast majority of this tiny spaceship we call the Earth?
The universe is infinite and contains infinite matter and yet we are still faced with overwhelming poverty and suffering on a global scale. How come?