You may have caught up to speed on where my life is at presently. Whether this be through my Instagram account, my Facebook account or here. I try to share […]

Two weeks ago I swam on the surface of the water in Sorrento. This statement at this time of year at this location is almost meaningless in isolation. This swim […]

I am very pleased to announce I have been nominated for the Encouraging Thunder Award. This award recognises bloggers who are inspiring and encouraging to their readers. It is always […]

Thermodynamic miracles… events with odds against so astronomical they’re effectively impossible, like oxygen spontaneously becoming gold. I long to observe such a thing.

It is hard for me to understand how I have managed to once again work my way into such a state of activeness. I think every year at some point I mention that I always end up overdoing it and just exhaust myself so completely that I need a month of bed rest (not even an exaggeration!) to recuperate.

I have been madly running around in a rather uncoordinated fashion lately. I’m not one who likes to work through things in a logical order or to manage things in […]

A smile costs nothing but give so much. It enriches those who receive it without making poorer those who give it. It takes but a moment but the memory of […]

Technology has brought us to an incredible point. From our seat in bed, on a bus, in a park or at our work desk we can read the latest thought […]

Paul Weston (the talented Gabriel Byrne) is a therapist. In the course of a series you see Paul attend to a handful of patients out of his private home practice. Each episode is a session, each patient has 8-10 sessions. The incredible genius of this show is the single focus of each episode.

This is not a fast paced show and is not for people who like/need to have their ideas challenged or need to see a lot of action, scene changes and fast paced conversation.

This is a show for people who are interested in the process of therapy, either for their misgivings on the topic, to understand what the process is, or to see the intricacies of how different personalities handle situations.

Recently I attended a local viewing of a comedy film festival. The curators of this festival travel the world acquiring short films made by a range of filmmakers both professional […]

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