Happy by Derren Brown

Link to review on GoodReads (let me know if the link doesn’t work, haven’t linked from GoodReads before): https://www.goodreads.com/review/show/1853186261   ***SPOILER ALERT***   I should preface this review with the blunt acknowledgement that I am a huge obsessive Derren fan-boy. My admiration for his contributions the fields of magic, mentalism, entertainment, and the performing arts … More Happy by Derren Brown

DARK

20 March 2017 – – – Another birthday. Another year older. I’m 23 years old today – I’ve officially aged another year. But through the events that unfolded throughout the day, it felt like I matured by 5 years. That’s not to suggest that the events themselves were significant, more my reactions to them and … More DARK

Rainbow

Hallo all! I’ve been reading a few books lately that have begun to fundamentally shift the way that I view happiness & living a good true life that resonates both with who we are and who we deeply desire to become. Just thought I’d note down a few ideas that I’ve mined so far from … More Rainbow

Shield

I’ve always found it odd how people seem to be so uncomfortable with the idea of being alone with themselves. You see it all the time on the streets. If someone is not already with company, they have their head buried in their phone scrolling through news feeds. It becomes less and less of a … More Shield

Cherry Jam

I guess this is an appendix to the blog entry I wrote yesterday. It doesn’t expressly denounce anything I wrote; rather it adds a dimension to the discussion which I would have been unsatisfied with leaving out altogether. Leading on from the discussion of whether one does something ‘too extremely’ in their lives, I think … More Cherry Jam