Tonight was like any other Tuesday evening of my life, until that moment a stranger pulled a knife on me as I walked home. I don’t recount this story as a victim statement of any kind as the ironic thing about the situation is, although I was the one at the pointy-end of the knife, … Continue reading Living life on the knife edge
What constitutes an informed opinion? Does it follow one infallible source of truth? Or does it come from integrating many truths into one’s own? How wide do we open our minds when forming our opinions? Do we go narrow and deep into one specific area? Or broad and shallow across the best of various ideas? … Continue reading In my second opinion
"Those who cannot remember the past are condemned to repeat it" - George Santayana Since the beginning of recorded civilisation, we have documented the key moments from our collective existence and defined it as "our history". This history has shown us where we came from, and with some analysis and understanding, serves to provide insight … Continue reading Do we learn from our past?