Our destruction, violence, and cruelty in the world we live should shock us and make us anxious. Why would we never consider it on another world? Is it is the case that the grass is always purpler the other side?
He’s a Belly with Teeth
Ambrose, the Beagle-Jack Russell, who shares a house with me, is a well fed dog. Every evening at seven o’clock he gets a bowl of lamb and rice dry mix with water, he eats as much as he can find either in the kitchen bin through the day and on the street when he’s out … Continue reading He’s a Belly with Teeth
It Count Be Worse
Now really isn’t the time for sermonising about what we watched on the television tonight. Neither is it the time for giving my tuppence worth. Detestable as it is, I can at least understand Ireland’s cold-blooded indifference to the homeless. We can appreciate, whilst despising, the mechanisms that led to the wholesale maltreatment of single … Continue reading It Count Be Worse