In five words

Apparently – people are now so busy that they are unable to view videos I send them via YouTube links. I recently sent the following video interview to several following on the post ‘Why I am proud to be a conspiracy theorist‘. Whoops – that’s approximately 2 hours long  – TERRIBLE for those who have … Read more

Losing more so-called friends – resolution for 2022

In 2022 – I aim to lose one more so-called friend. Did I say friend? I did not. I have no friends, so it is always so-called friends. They’re not many anyway – so it is easy to happen really. Now – as I was about to say, on 30th June 2018 I said that I … Read more

Living your own life or the world living your life.

People believe that they’re living their own lives. I’ve come to think that they are not – for the most part. Life is about living the time between birth and death. What you do with that time is important. People find different purposes in life: Some want to contribute to society and so their time might … Read more

Are self-help materials a waste of time?

The way most people will answer the question is like – ‘Well it depends…‘ or ‘They may help some people but not everybody‘. And that right there represents the market for people who will more than likely purchase self-help books (SHB). Now calm down – I’m not saying that SHBs are bad. This post will … Read more

From no longer a friend

I’ve lost count now, the number of posts I’ve made on the nature of ‘friends’ and ‘friendship’. I’ll hyperlink to some of them at the end. If you jump straight into the conversation below you’ll miss the context, which I explain in the next paragraph. The Story This is a chat conversation from Google Hangouts … Read more

The nature of the flow of thought

An unusual individual has given free-willing consent to publishing this conversation. Some will be obsessed with XY’s and JS’s characteristics, identities and when all this happened – which is to miss other important things in this conversation. Human thought/thinking is a sequence of ideas and assertions using language. Its flow depends both on ‘form’ and … Read more