Regular Posts Tagged ‘daily observations’
Valuation of Art vs. Science
26th Dec 2010Posted in: Blog 0

I am tired world. Tired of having to fight to prove that art exists, that it has meaning, that it should receive its due. Tired of having to yell above the voices of more important people. Tired of feeling insignificant and marginal because i chose to spend hours on end staring at a blank canvas […]

Cultural pride
26th Dec 2010Posted in: Blog 0

George Carlin made the point that one should not be proud of one’s culture nor one’s nationality but only have pride in what one does. He said you have to do something in order to be proud of something. You can not simply be proud to be american, or proud to be muslim or catholic […]

Personality from childhood to now
16th Dec 2010Posted in: Blog 0

When i was a kid, i used to get on my bicycle and ride out from my parents home in Toronto. I would go as far as i could on the bike my parents bought me. I did this quite a few times, maybe 3 or 4 in all. By the time i was 10 […]

5th Dec 2010Posted in: Blog 0

Waking up this morning, the first thing i noticed was that my foot was moving. As it moved, i took control over it and started moving it myself through free will. I noticed that as i moved it under the warm blanket, it pulled on an area of the blanket, light years away, near my […]

General Malaise
5th Dec 2010Posted in: Blog 0

The further we move along on this path, the more i feel isolated and removed from what is going on. Every time i ask a question of my fellow man about what is going on in the world, how and why it is happening, i am first amazed to find that my fellow man has […]

Male aggression
5th Dec 2010Posted in: Blog 0

At the YMCA today,  a couple of things happened. 1) My wife and I were floored to find out that our gym memberships were going to cost us a total of $1335.00 for the year. We wondered how and Y a non profit, charitable organization like the Young Men’s Christian Association could be charging that […]