We live in interesting times. That’s not always a good thing. Especially if you’ve read any headlines lately. Seems to me at the moment we’re in a tailspin as a whole. There’s a brexit vote that ABSOLUTELY HAS TO BE HONOURED., there’s the recent own goal of an election that defied the odds, and a […]Read more "Change and the Challenges of the Future"
Life’s a weird beast. It’s everything we are, were and everything we’re going to be. It’s all the days we wish happened, and all the days that did, for everyone and everything around us. Sometimes, you have everything you ever wanted. The next day, it feels empty, like it’s just a hologram, an empty reflection. […]Read more "Reflections on a Year of Change"
As mentioned in a previous piece, I made a decision that may probably fly in the face of some of the things I’ve said over the last year. I’ve decided to cut my attempted backpacking short after only three months, to head back to the UK, and head back to my old life. Well, not […]Read more "Decisions – Returning, lessons learned"
After hightailing it from the Gold Coast I ended up in the 3rd biggest city in Oz, Brisbane. And as you can see, its quite lovely. There’s…not much really to say about Brisbane. It’s a city, it’s very pretty, very modern, very swish and stylish and efficient. There’s a decent night life, some wonderful museums and a […]Read more "Land of the Queen – Brisbane to Noosa in a week"
A note to any potential readers – this is going to seem like absolute nonsense of the highest order. This post is a picture in my head from a very high level, on how I wish to view the use of god and the way we have moved forward as a species – so if […]Read more "God from Man, and Man into God"
This is a re-post of a previous piece I did two years ago from my old blog (chaostheorysquared.wordpress.com). I’m pretty proud of this one, so I’m sharing it again as I feel it fits the theme of what I’m trying to do with Observations from Afar. So this weekend was Tankfest. For those that […]Read more "Forgetting to Remember"
Another week, another set of changes. I left Sydney behind, moving onto Spot X, near Woolgoolga (no I did not have a stroke – that’s the name). And it looks a little like this: Pure Paradise this. After 10 hours in the night, where you’re on a coach with little comfort nor warmth, arriving and […]Read more "Surfing and Byron Bay"