I have always accepted this concept; it has taught me humility.
Monthly Archives: May 2020
Francis Bacon’s interpretation of our health service as it struggles to catch its breath.
A drooling, dribbling, stuttering, stumbling, drug-addled bully, we express our love through brutality.
Charles-Bonnet Syndrome and other thoughts about physical and mental illness
Out optic blind-spots continuously adapt to provide us with a seamless sense of reality, only becoming real when we reverse into a wall that we didn’t see.
The last big weekend of the Lockdown*
The weather has changed; yesterday we were basking in too-hot sun, today, the wind and clouds have gathered.
Self-organisation, the current state of the world and what has worked
Our growth, our evolution has happened unconsciously, at an intuitive, human level – we have been feeling not thinking, reacting not planning, doing what feels right rather than what we are told is right.
Lockdown, solitary confinement and loneliness
Imagine the harm done to those people previously ‘living well’ with dementia who for six weeks have had a dramatic reduction in visitors and day-centre attendances; even the bitter-sweet routine trips to GP surgeries or hospitals have been done away with.