Tag Archives: inhumanity

Pride and Governments

I’ve done a lot of thinking over the years about systems of government and I’ve come to one conclusion: they ALL fail to one extent or another. Why do they fail? There’s a myriad of reasons; surely, some are specific … Continue reading

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What Could You Possibly Say?

Wings are broken, legs are hobbled and you won’t look. You have your eyes locked upon a slippery shimmering silver lining. They say: Look at the bright side. And you try your best because you’re the optimist. They say: Namaste … Continue reading

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Children on the Playground of the World

I look at the events of the world today, and throughout all of human history, and I can’t help but think that we are like children on the playground of the world. Some of us are bullies, some are the … Continue reading

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Belgrade and Kiev, Warsaw and Tears

Peace escapes us all. While the world watched innumerable invading armies laid waste to these cities of antiquity these places where dreams were born and legacies were suckled these places where inhumanity marched for centuries, like an ugly snag in … Continue reading

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