Wait until next year

Putting off what could be done tomorrow, today

Some Londons

Tall buildings on Moor Lane

I do like to wander around London, as a lot of people do. A walk from the station into work, a walk back at night, and often a walk during my lunch hour. There are so many Londons, often within yards of each other. So many unheralded corners, neglected views. Read the rest of this entry »

Exit Music

Exit sign

I recently left my job. I’d been there several years, long enough for there to be whispers that I might be a “lifer” in the making, but I wasn’t quite there yet. I think I departed just in time, before reaching a point where future employers wonder “Why did he spend so long there?” I also left just in time to avoid becoming institutionalised. In every sense of the word. Read the rest of this entry »

Friday Jukebox: It’s For You

About ten years ago I remember listening to the radio, many miles from home. This song came on, It’s For You. I hadn’t ever knowingly heard it. I thought it was astonishing, dramatic, unusual. I wondered if I had happened upon a great lost song, a great lost artist. Read the rest of this entry »

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The sacrament of the present moment

Park and a big sky

I’m not necessarily religious. I’m one of those very vague, very flaky nearly-/sort of-religious types. I have my beliefs, but I generally keep them to myself and I’m not exactly practicing either.  Read the rest of this entry »


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