For someone who has dementia and, as previously described, there isn’t ‘dementia’ but infinite individual variations based upon the person’s life history, experience, physiology and, well, pathology.
Say what you see, not what you think, and definitely not what you think others see or perceive; translate the reality before you into clear, words, sentences and paragraphs. Take your time. There is no rush; if you wait a moment or two before expressing your conception, nothing will be lost. How often is itContinue reading “Say what you see.”
I am trying to imagine What it is like to fall into a wormhole or perhaps topple into a black hole. Neither experience can be much fun, although, I gather with the wormhole, there is, even though very remote, the possibility of traveling in time and space, Whereas, with the black hole, It is justContinue reading “Are you looking at me?”
People might think that surely, within the 21st Century there can’t be that many people out there with these issues – have you read my blog on arses?
I remember… There are different forms of recollection – the first and most fundamental, is, ‘I remember,’ when we take images of the past and hold them in our mind’s eye. Ghosts, they dance before us, transient, temporary, some more vivid than others; The second recollection is when an old photo or film is shown;Continue reading “Memory 3”
I think, probably, I know what I am doing. I agree with what you have said. Move in direction A, indicate, prognosticate, plan or decide; determine, direct, suggest or propose. This is how it should be; this is the solution. Yet, there is something inside of me, gnawing, making me question. Everything. Yes. Question whetherContinue reading “I may be right?”
I say x is y, you believe y is z and we keep-on going. This is at least part of the explanation for why Rtump has won and why we argue; why we fail to see eye to eye and why, what to me is obvious is as clear as mud to you. We allContinue reading “Cognitive dissonance (i)”
It is all about time shifting and travel, the importance of language and communication, listening and hearing and is probably the most salient film of the present day given what has happened with the US elections.
Let me start with the premise – if something feels good, say, my dog’s smiling face when I return home from work, then surely this is a good thing; I feel happy, my dog is happy, (presupposing she has a sense of happiness) and the world moves-on. Now, let’s think of a scenario when IContinue reading “Is it good if it feels bad?”
This I imagine is worldview mixed with upbringing, culture and something else; in cookery, this would be the Umami.