Monthly Archives: January 2018

Snubbing The Cross

From my bed looking straight out the window is a metal cross about eight metres away. It is the supporting end of my clothesline and stands there beckoning me to a Christian version of the afterlife. I am not being … Continue reading

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Am I the Universe?

Today I ask myself am I my universe, am I all that is? I know this sounds absurd, but everything that is happening to me makes me feel this way. There are all the coincidences in my favour, all the … Continue reading

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The Isolated Tree

  Early morning on 4 Jan 2018 I listened to a podcast about the soul and sound of trees. It was an interview of the ABC’ Richard Fidler with bio-scientist, David George Haskell, who has written about his investigations into … Continue reading

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Into the Sunset — thoughts on dying

On Dying I’d paid a social visit to friends, Les & Ursula, who live two doors down in Brookland Village and updated them on my health situation. Les has dementia, not too serious yet but progressing. He is quite sharp … Continue reading

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Rainy Nights

As a young boy during WWII I slept on a veranda room under the galvanised iron roof of my grandparent’s home in Hawthorne. When it rained, the sound of the drumming of raindrops on the roof would waken me up … Continue reading

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