Lily and Richard

This is a piece I wrote/channelled a few weeks ago. It’s about the wider, collective consciousness of a teen girl called Lily, and what some would call her alter-ego, Richard, though Richard and the broader entity of which he is a part knows no such thing and believes to be just as real as Lily. […]

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The Validity of Humans and Trees

The following piece is another excerpt from my metaphysics book, which I continue to write, although I have now written the first draft of the final chapter. Tuesday 20th June 2017 – 10:49am “Infractions of the heart do occur. It does not take much to realise that your heart beats with every thought. It thrives […]

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Sunday Tuesday.

Tuesday, 11 April 2017 – 9:38am Today feels like a Sunday. Some distant memory of how Sundays used to be when I was a kid: quiet. I like quiet. There is something very comforting about quiet, or at least where ambient sounds are kept to a minimum. As a child, quiet meant that I wasn’t […]

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Books, Islam and Performing Monkeys

It has been a revelatory and an inspiring experience the past few days re-reading the material that I have amassed for this metaphysics book that I seem to have been writing for years now, or perhaps put more succinctly, formulating in my consciousness ready for the moment it would appear. Doing so has brought me […]

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A Question of Free Will

This following sample forms part of a chapter in my metaphysics book that discusses the nature of free-will, and precedes the material presented in my post of a few days ago, The Silence of Possibility. It is a lengthy piece, but I’m presenting here in its entirety because I feel that the sense of continuity […]

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Civilisation

Another except from my book on Metaphysics, (I have a working title, however I shall keep that to myself until this book reaches completion). I know I have posted a portion of this piece before on my other blog, Ishaiya Freshly Squeezed, so forgive me if you’ve already read it. However, it now sits in […]

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Ploughing Through Life

Life can feel a whole lot like shovelling snow sometimes. It’s cold, wet, and unforgiving. You need to push really hard against it to make any real headway, and all it really does is create obstacles in what should preferably be a clear and unhindered path. Why do we often make life so hard for […]

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