Reflections as an Outsider

It’s a bit of an over the top title, but in this quiet, peaceful period of my life I’ve taken to reflecting on some of my life growing up. That’s not to say I’m a Richard Branson-like figure of Rags to Riches brilliance whose every life detail needs to be documented. Rather it’s more an […]

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The Importance of Failing

A long time ago, in a city not really that far away, I used to study Physics. It’s a particular point I’m rather proud of, because most people upon hearing that you studied such a difficult subject tend to have different reactions. Surprise, that your Neath born and bred backside is doing something rather out […]

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An Outlook on Things

We all know nothing. This state, even after the things we do, and achieve, and learn and act on, does not change. The more we learn, the more we push the boundaries back around us, the more we discover that needs to be learned again. The process is never ending. So does that mean it […]

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Elegance

Life is simple. Or should be, at least. Often the complication comes from without, not within. Often, what causes our internal conflicts is driven by our history and outside contexts, that conflict with our growing world views. As we grow up through life, meeting friends, family, people you love, people you hate, bullies, idiots, and […]

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Recurrence

There’s this dream I keep having. Never was one for the importance of them, apart from the ones that scared the piss out of me, or the ones that were kinda fucked up. Mostly dreams were this topic that you’d throw up to inevitably bore the person you were talking to because there wasn’t much […]

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A Journey through the City

It’s Saturday morning. Late morning (No work means the bed is all that matters for way longer than strictly necessary), and you’ve got Shit To Do. So up you get! Go on, get the kettle on, shuffle your half asleep backside out the door and get your fucking coat on, you got to the shops! […]

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