Monthly Archives: January 2022

Episode 9 – Cracks

CLICK IMAGE or here TO PLAYWhat should we make of the emerging cracks in the narrative? Some late evening thoughts from a dining room table on the European continent with a special appearance by Lenny, my really annoying cat. 

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Singing from the same memo

Looks like we have a nice ol’ sing a long going here. I’d like to see them all line dancing. Or perhaps the goose-step? Canada apparently hasn’t got the memo yet, Biden probably got it but forgot what it said. … Continue reading

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Breathe, the air is not too rare

Painting by Nicholas Roerich I walked an odyssey to thereThe mountains crisp sun crystal glareHigh grass so sweet around my feetThe curious birds, the fox, the hare. I came across an enormous sign6000 metres from this lineMy lungs they froze … Continue reading

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The immeasurable smile

It was the Winter solstice – the day with the shortest amount of light in the year. I was walking to my local supermarket. Masks are obligatory inside, but the latest mandates about mask-wearing included outside spaces in an ill-defined … Continue reading

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