The Psychology of Value – Culture

Carrying on from yesterday’s post, I noted how this concept of value stems from our childhoods. How we internally form an attachment to particular items we deem as ‘ours’  from a young age. Yet when comparing this globally, there are certain cultures where regardless of age, this trend does not appear. For example in a... Continue Reading →

Peanuts To A Monkey

They say religion is used to control the masses when really the truth is that it’s money. We give value to pieces of paper and metal, to invisible numbers forever changing in our online accounts. As humans, as a society, we have given value to something which if you really think about it is valueless.... Continue Reading →

Poem: I Didn’t Believe

They say the aim is to make others believe in you. But if I couldn't believe in myself, Then there was no way of making either true.  For years I would beg, I would plead, To just let out my potential and abilities. To let them free to grow and to weave, Into something that... Continue Reading →

Poem: 5th November 1605

The dank presence of gunpowder fills their lungs. Settling smoke distorts their view. 5th November 1605 - a night like any other. If only this were really  true.   Traders to country, traitors to crown. The Gunpowder Plot, Dismembered, put down.   Destructive paths each had chosen, Treasonous, treacherous. Yet failed to make any  explosion.... Continue Reading →

Japan Matsuri – 2018

'Matsuri' means 'festival' in Japanese, and on 30th Septmeber in London's Trafalgar Square the festivities were well and truly underway. Multiple elements of Japanese culture were highlighted at the event, some of which I will share with you below: Origami - This visually stunning art form was on display for all to enjoy. The word... Continue Reading →

Alternative London #1

Leake Street, Waterloo/ Lambeth This quirky creepy tunnel encloses all kinds of goodies under it's archways. From the hard to miss graffiti to the more tucked away eateries offering all kind of delicacies. Such as Banh Bao Brothers , Rat Bar and Draughts. And let's not forget to mention The Vaults! If you don't know of... Continue Reading →

Poem: A Human

A Human A subatomic bunch of laughter and woes, From our nose down to our toes, We either grimace or glow. Why are we here on this planet of blue sea and earth? Does it own us? Or do we own the world? Brief is the time we get to embrace it. You blink your... Continue Reading →

Celtic Cavemen

Newgrange, Co. Meath, Rep. of Ireland The Emerald Isle has its fair share of busy cities and pretty coastlines so why not go and visit a big-ass dome in the middle of a field instead? Or atleast, that's the logic of my two wonderful parents. Well, it's safe to say Mother (and Father) knows best... Continue Reading →

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