Tag Archives: Selfishness

Poison

Imagine waking up, one day, to the realisation you were being poisoned – slowly, but inexorably. The tell-tale signs had been there for the longest time, but you had convinced yourself that nobody had wanted you dead or debilitated so … Continue reading

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Behaving Badly

We all know the cliché; the “Enfant Terrible” – the out of control, rebel artist, gratuitously strafing his way through excess drugs, booze and sexual debauchery, yet somehow (miraculously) maintaining a consistent output of brilliant, original, groundbreaking work. They abuse … Continue reading

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The Meaningless Pursuit of Nothing

This post has been rattling around in my head for some weeks now, not quite formed.  I had this sense that something wasn’t right, or I didn’t like something about the world, but couldn’t fully articulate it or pose any … Continue reading

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Selfishness and the Power and Paucity of Collective Imagination

Selfishness is such an ugly human trait.  And yet, we live in an economic system that mandates it.  It is required by law.  We must all be in it for ourselves, crushing every rival and obstacle underfoot, in the relentless … Continue reading

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