Downtime and Morality

My last week has been a bit different to my usual. For one, I’ve up in the mountains with my 1.5 year old nephew, who demands attention veritably every waking second, and who punishes lapses of attention with a level of disorder and destruction seemingly disproportionate to his range of ability. For two, Corona vanished,Continue reading “Downtime and Morality”

The Lost Art of Giving (or, how to fail x-mas)

How hard can it be to give a gift? You buy something notionally cool ($→Bezos), wrap it in coloured bark, and set it in the hands of the recipient. Done. But then, evaluatations…Judgements! Yes, we as a social species are painfully complicated when it comes to interactions between two individual. Beyond the classic “Will itContinue reading “The Lost Art of Giving (or, how to fail x-mas)”

“You got caught in the crossfire, in real time, From the left to right, to left, to the right : in real time” —House of Light

  View on Instagram #The.House.Of.Light #Beltbuckle #PullmanCity #WildWest #QuickDraw #Backlight #ScratchFilter #DeepVictory

The Advantage of Doing “Nothing”

It might look like I’m doing nothing. But physiologically, my metabolism is very busy! The Power of Silence People cannot be “on the go” every minute of every waking hour. An orchestra is nothing more than a loud cacophony of white noise, if all instruments played all the notes they can. Pauses, gaps, space—they areContinue reading “The Advantage of Doing “Nothing””

Create your website with
Get started