Tag: spirituality


Thought for tomorrow

“Free your mind from the known, then you are truly free!” –  Captain Walker 2011

Thought for tomorrow

  “The truth is my primary true friend. He that is not also a friend of the truth is not a friend of mine.” – Captain Walker, January 2012.

Thought for tomorrow

“The disingenuous find comfort in shady spots – never any peace in the path of an oscillating spotlight searching relentlessly for the truth. ‘Tis only a matter of time that there is nowhere to hide.” Captain Walker  – Dec 2011

Jiddu Krishnamurti – the reluctant ‘messiah’.

It has taken me about three-weeks of reading and listening to video material for 15 hours, to come to write this. So much in awe am I, about this great soul. I had read one of his books in my late teens and sadly did not realise at the timeRead More

Thought for tomorrow

“Like a young bird about to take first flight discovers, the ‘freedom’ that awaits invokes fear – and later having mastered ‘freedom’ the youngster ‘thanks’ parents or siblings for giving that all important push!” – Captain Walker 2011

Thought for tomorrow

“What you are must always displease you, if you would attain to that which you are not.” – St. Augustine.

Death.. the single best invention of life!–Jobs

I’m listening very carefully to Steve Jobs! If you’re too busy for this – having to feed that dog or sommat –  at least scroll the video to 11:40 and take a minute or two from there. I’m printing these words and sticking them in front of my desk, “NoRead More

The Conquest of Happiness

Bertrand Russell has had a profound effect on my thinking and outlook on life. I read a significant number of his books and philosophical essays when I was around 16 – 19. It’s only, in recent years, when I overview the content of what I had read – stuff thatRead More

Every time it’s different

An interesting conversation and perspective on love.

What do they know

The Cap enjoys the seaside very much, as you can imagine. This pic immediately below was taken at the Aberdeen shoreline, where I visited on 13-14th June 2011. It held a certain strange fascination for me. I looked down on these barnacles, waiting for the water to wash up onRead More

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