This post is another one of my big thinking posts, a lot of it is about how my thinking around creation / religion and God had changed. Don't get me wrong here, there are no answers to this and it's likely I never will find the answers but generally I'm talking about observation of the … Continue reading Connected Universe -The possibilities of existence
"There are two possibilities, we are either alone in the universe or we are not. Both of these are equally terrifying." Arthur C Clarke. These words have resonated with me for some time and it's hard to find any human being that could to relate to this feeling. It's a quote that gives me the … Continue reading Are we alone in the Universe? A Time and Space Question
I've been on this Earth a little while now and if there's one thing I'm increasingly convinced that doesn't exist or is rare it's coincidences. The premise is that on your path in life many, many other paths cross yours in different ways and these are totally random events. But I'm not so sure. Do … Continue reading Coincidences – Is the Universe rarely so lazy?
So here we are and watch out I've been thinking again... Watch out world! How come is it (and this is getting worse as I get older) that I remember things in my head that I would swear are true or factual and yet when I look it up I've got it wrong? Is my … Continue reading Thought for Tuesday – My Brain is Drying up!
This is part of a series of posts that have been inspired by the attitudes of employers over recent years. Having worked in a few places and seen how the 'Inspiration Leadership Handbook' is applied (or in most cases not) I feel that getting this out into the blogging is long overdue. As an … Continue reading Employers – Being Consistent & Blame Culture
This is part of a series of posts that have been inspired by the attitudes of employers over recent years. Having worked in a few places and seen how the 'Inspiration Leadership Handbook' is applied (or in most cases not) I feel that getting this out into the blogging is long overdue. Rewards Rewards … Continue reading Employers – Valuing Employee’s
So this is one of the most highly charged subjects regarding employment in my point of view. Loyalty to a company is a very one sided affair and when we look at today's job market is very old thinking. Loyalty is a trait where no matter what, through thick and thin people remain loyal to … Continue reading Employers – Employee / Company Loyalty
You work too slow You don't know what you're doing I don't like the quality of you're work I don't like how you walk I don't like how you laugh This was the short version, spilled out of his obnoxious gob as I sat there reeling from the tirade of abuse. Under normal circumstances this … Continue reading Employers – Understanding Employees
Since the last week of my job backfired a bit I've been thinking about the employee / employer relationship. I wanted to have a series of posts talking about my views from the way I see as like an open letter to employers about what it is that makes an employee want to work for … Continue reading Employers – The Employee / Employer Relationship
The rhyme goes rain, rain go away... I don't want the rain to go away, there's something about the rain, its sound its feel. I like being in it. Don't get me wrong, I like the Sun! But there's nothing like a bit of rain. So don't go away just yet! Simon 😊
An old Cherokee is teaching his grandson about life. “A fight is going on inside me,” he said to the boy. “It is a terrible fight and it is between two wolves. One is evil – he is anger, envy, sorrow, regret, greed, arrogance, self-pity, guilt, resentment, inferiority, lies, false pride, superiority, and ego.” He … Continue reading Two Wolves – A Cherokee Teaching
Just to make sure that everyone reading this starts at the same point, Adam and Eve were supposed to have been about 900 years old when they died. During a quiet time this got me thinking - how can humans, even the humans that were meant to have walked this Earth first possibly live to … Continue reading Adam and Eve and those 900 Years