While I haven’t been a ‘regular’ writer here, when I get the urge to put some words down I like to make them count. So, for the next seven days I will be putting up a post a day, each with the specific aim to explore beyond surface value, coffee table conversation. Read more
Once Upon A Time…
When I was a little kid, my bed seemed huge. Having such an immense space all to myself was luxurious (even though I hated actual sleep), I remember I spent a lot of time on that bed, reading, drawing, learning to play instruments, it was my space and it was huge.
Our lives, how we live them and how we make decisions are based on very few factors, while there may be many motivators, these are secondary in the process to our actually personal feelings on an issue. Under normal circumstances these decisions and actions will only affect ourselves and those closest to us, however there are a very tiny subset of humans that wield great power, and their decisions affect everyone else. These people are called politicians. Read more
Let us take a brief look at the art of illusion, the creative truth-telling, the smoke and mirrors of being a politician. I take my inspiration from the very heart of Westminster, from the current financial expert, our reigning Chancellor of the Exchequer George (Gideon) Osborne. Read more