Tag Archives: Alain de Botton

I wish you a Shitty Easter

Last year, I wrote my version of the Christmas Story (I’ve pasted it at the bottom of this post if you’re curious). I wrote the story as a way of channelling the nausea generated in me by the gentle-Jesus-meek-and-mild-no-crying-he-makes representation of the story. For me, (and … Continue reading

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simplicity, complexity and enlightenment

I’ve recently had the chance to watch Tilly interact with quite of few of the very old. We just spent a week in Sydney, and while we were there we stayed in my parent’s place. They have just moved into a retirement … Continue reading

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