Time is an interesting, if silly, udea.

Old Year, New Year not a lot of difference. Time, as we perceive it, moves forward and does not slow down, speed up, pause or stop.

We use time as an excuse. Not enough, way too much, especially if we are waiting for something. It goes too fast when you’re enjoying something.

But we seem never to be destined to escape its flow.

Best to make do and embrace it.

Ikigai, do I have a reason to get up each morning?

There is this idea that we need a reason to get up each day in order to get the best out of our lives and to live a long and good life. We allegedly need to find our passion to do our best. Do we need to have ikigai or a passion?

What’s in it for those who peddle these ideas?



Annoying others and making them feel inadequate?

Perhaps we need to accept that we are ordinary and should accept what we are.

We could try to be better and we could do many things, but not because we should but because we want to.

Blog of Sunday 27 December2020

There are many distractions in this difficult time and in spite of all of the distractions on the net, TV, Radio, books,

I am not enguaged by the vast majority of them.

I struggle to find anything that enguages me in any way.

It’s Boxing Day and the Lockdown Continues

It’s been a long while since I last posted here. That’s self evident from the post’s date.

I find it so easy to start things as there are so many interesting things to occupy myself with. But continuing and finishing those things alludes me. I have all kinds of reasons – excuses –  that make sense to me. However, I am left wanting.