Imagination

22 May 19
The Cedar Lounge Revolution

Can’t find much to disagree with Cliff Taylor in this pessimistic assessment in the IT this week. UK politics simply can’t cope with Brexit, and against this backdrop another extension of the article 50 deadline in the autumn, if this is needed, must be very much in question. Why bother when things in London just […]

22 May 19
Bridget and the Books

Website 1. When you were my age, did you like to read? I’ve always loved comics and comic strips. When I was your age I liked to read fantasy and sci-fi novels, especially if they had humor in them, but around that time I was also discovering superhero comics like X-Men. 2. What is a […]

22 May 19

Caught between yesterday and tomorrow, Pain searing through the marrow. Caused by the myriad mortals, Or the tales through glory portals. Devoid of imagination, Surfing, in fiery patience. Augmented and elusive, Fragmented and repulsive. Ignored callously the pertinent, Controlled destruction permanent. Enjoyed resulting dominance, Extracted truth from thy holy self. Blame the devil for the […]

22 May 19
Keeley Louise

Hey everyone, before I start please be warned – MAJOR SPOILERS AHEAD!!!! If you haven’t seen the episode yet please do not read on. I felt compelled to write a review of the season 8 final ever episode of Game Of Thrones. I am one of the many people who was late to the party […]

22 May 19
Knowledge Learning and Personal Development

The theme of imagination has a strange place in education. The highest qualification in UK education is the PhD. Many supervisors advise students to focus their PhD work is on delivering a small incremental step in a domain of knowledge. Arguably, such an approach can stifle imagination because the focused in-depth approach can lead to […]

22 May 19
blankpagesofmine

Imagination is half looking at something and seeing it for what it is and what it isn’t, but also it’s three parts belief about form and function on your own accord. (Photo taken by me) * * * Searching for new reads? Poetry about Strange Cars or maybe a fictional novel journal about a Dioramist […]

22 May 19
Journey to Becoming Fit Again

So we just got our new car this week and now we start to look for a house. Now, I know car shopping is bad but I do believe house hunting is way worse and the fact I have to visualize what it will look like is definitely one of the harder things to do. […]

22 May 19
THIN|SILENCE

We use our imagination not to escape reality but to join it, and this exhilarates us because of the distance between our ordinary dulled consciousness and an apprehension of the real.*(Iris Murdoch) we transgress not because we build the new but because we don’t allow ourselves to consider what it disrupts or diminishes. We are […]

22 May 19
walkingisaacsteatrail

My conscience is now clear. I can truthfully say I have walked every inch of Isaac’s Tea Trail. It has been niggling me that I had cut off a tiny corner of the route between Coalcleugh and Nenthead but I have now walked those extra 800 yards. When I first walked this section of the […]

22 May 19
Shii_Wan.Blogs

Overcoming jealousy is like changing any emotional reaction or behavior. It begins with awareness. Awareness allows you to see that the projected stories in your mind are not true. When you have this clarity you no longer react to the scenarios that your mind imagines. Jealousy and anger are emotional reactions to believing scenarios in […]

22 May 19
Siddhesh writes

The first thing that people noticed when they came into our house were the tiles. There was nothing special about them. But it was more to do with the people who visited us. They were the pessimists who were more accustomed to looking down at the ground than looking up at the sky. It made […]

22 May 19
ECOing

It is a popular belief that ancient woodlands are untouched wild spaces where flora and fauna developed away from human kind. That would be the scenery for old tales where  nature would hold almost supernatural secrets that only a few would dare to explore -for those who enjoy playing with their imagination (like me!). But […]

22 May 19
Spirituality and God - A guide

The animal lives spontaneously, automatically, and if it watches itself live, it must be to a very minute and insignificant degree, and that is why it is peaceful and does not worry. Even if an animal is suffering because of an accident or an illness, this suffering is reduced to a minimum by the fact […]