Well this is new for me. I feel like I’m new to everything. It’s a weird sensation, to be on this Earth for 34 years, and still things feel new. This is my first blog. Imagine that. In a society where blogging seems to be the “in” thing, I’m starting now. So what am I […]
High School Memories
The latest theory of Cosmology, ‘Cycles of Time’, as put forth by Roger Penrose and debated by others including Stephen Hawking who has written the magnum opus on Brief History of Time appears to be tantalizingly close to the Hindu Philosophy on Cosmology. The Hindu Philosophy is more like a pyramid that encompasses a wide […]
Sydney Aiello, 19, suffered from survivor guilt syndrome, according to her family. Sydney Aiello survived one of the worst school shootings in American history on February 14, 2018, when a young man killed 17 people in his Florida high school. Eaten away by the survivor’s guilt, according to her family, she committed suicide at the […]
Who am i? What am I living for? Do I have any goals? Have I achieved anything ? Will I be better as before ? Everyone stares for me a while, starts questioning me about how am I feeling and they answer themselves that “ Beta , You have Gone through a lot and you […]
I have some troubles that won’t leave. They’re ones that are always occupying the back of my mind but only rear their head occasionally, and they can’t be solved by any sort of physical deed. About a year ago I finished watching The Sopranos for the first time. A character in particular that jumped out […]
A review of the life of Auguste Comte, a French philosopher who promoted the paradigm of positivism.
We rely on tales about Marijuana but never gone deep enough to know the herb. It is shocking to release in this article that Marijuana is not only Tetrahydrocannabinol (THC) as perceived and its main benefit is not just get-high effect. But the herb is so complex with most extensive use. Tapped Components of Bang […]
Every year my family and I went up to the north, Cape Breton. Up to the island where the best beaches opened up into the Atlantic Ocean. My father was from this part of the province. We spent Christmas time each year at his parent’s place a bit south, then camped up north for at […]
Th 2019 Adelaide Fringe Festival ended a week ago. I saw my final performance on the Saturday night, and then had erratic dreams about rushing to get tickets to see some last minute things on the Sunday. (And admittedly I did a quick scroll through the guide this morning…) This month is my favourite time […]
An English band has trouble finding their place in the music world until a fan steps in to help, who just happens to be an up-n-coming rock and roller himself… English-born Michael Geoffrey Ralphs got his start in music when he was a teenager, forming a rhythm and blues band with his high school buddies,calling […]
Admonition /ˌadməˈnɪʃ(ə)n/ A stern rebuke of non-negotiable standards and conduct, that meaningfully administers a warning to the culprit of such actions. A denunciation of harmful beliefs and practices that serves to reprimand the wielder or agent of their actions. A harangue that firmly draws boundaries and makes another attentive to their disillusionment. Let’s talk openly […]
It’s been an Orenda binge time for me recently and I am delighted to be supporting Scottish author David F Ross and his latest novel, “Welcome to the Heady Heights”. Thanks to Anne over at Randomthingstours for inviting me onto the tour, to the author and to the publisher for the advanced copy for review. […]
‘Bird’ just went plural with Kendra Houseman and David Breakspear. Dave appeared on our very first episode of Bird ‘Mental Health Behind Bars | Can Lessons be learnt?’ and Kendra came into our lives at episode 3 ‘ UK Street Gangs | A Look Inside’ We couldn’t resist the opportunity to interview them for […]
Please find below a set of bullet points jointly prepared by Headteachers’ Roundtable and WorthLess? Group. In producing them we have taken advice and been supported by a range of colleagues and educational professionals.
‘Bird’ just went plural with Kendra Houseman and Dave Breakspear. Dave appeared on our very first episode of Bird ‘Mental Health Behind Bars | Can Lessons be learnt?’ and Kendra came into our lives at episode 3 ‘UK Street Gangs | A Look Inside’. The links to both these podcasts are available at the end […]