When Understanding Goes Too Far

I sometimes watch the wayward behaviour of some while observing the contempt of others that are watching it play out, and wonder who between the two are less aware of their actions or motivations to behave that way. The ones among us that are of a softer nature will look on and seek to understand why someone … Continue reading When Understanding Goes Too Far

History Lessons

A long walk through Berlin can be quite revealing. Without looking for the prompts, political themes start forming familiar patterns in your mind. My trip started with a security alert I had received regarding attacks by extremist youth groups on people of colour in Germany. Oddly enough, that security alert rated Berlin and Johannesburg on … Continue reading History Lessons

This is why you can’t judge me

Ok, that title is deliberately dramatic because this is generally a dramatic topic. After sneering at the fandom around the Myers Briggs personality tests I finally decided to take it myself, if for no reason other than the fact that I was curious to know how I would be defined. I was pleasantly surprised to discover that … Continue reading This is why you can’t judge me

Reinvention

Reinvention is probably the most daunting aspect of life. It's that moment when I find myself in a space that I've outgrown without having a new space that I've grown into. It's a scene I'm familiar with. Along with most cycles, and there have been many, comes the reality of having to discard expensive relationships and adopting … Continue reading Reinvention

The Projection of Rage

There is very little else that enrages me more than the sight of parents that project their insecurities on their children. Parents that feel insecure about where they're at or how they're perceived by society and then over compensate by supposedly making sure that their children are not going to be perceived in the same … Continue reading The Projection of Rage

The Way You Do That Thing

I recently read an article that suggested that they could provide you with insights into your personality depending on how you held your handbag, and the first thought that came to mind was, "How fickle!" Then I thought about it a little more and quickly realised that the same can be done with almost any … Continue reading The Way You Do That Thing

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