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Imagination can be trained
What is the best way to get your creativity firing on all cylinders?
The Palin principle
Michael Palin’s diaries from 50 years ago this month paint an oddly familiar picture of gloomy times with an underlying absurdity and silliness.
Days and confused
Life will never remain just one thing. You don’t have have to remain just one thing. This is one of life’s greatest gifts to each of us.
Infinite good fortune?
We are endlessly lucky to be here and alive and on this planet. With this infinite good fortune comes great responsibility.
Creativity: Take a jump into the unknown
Creativity is in all of us, in one form or another. But how do you get that creativity out? This post spotlights some wise words on creativity from Neil Morrison and John Cleese.
My top 5 podcasts of 2020 (Part one)
What are the best podcasts of 2020? My pick of the podcasts that have meant the most to me in the first six months of 2020, featuring: Steve Silberman; David Crosby; Richard Herring; Michael Palin; Shereen Daniels; Rosey Jarvis; Scott Adams; Naval Ravikant; Moodie Black; Myke C-Town; and Chief.
Michael Palin’s beautiful friendship with Terry Jones
Sir Michael Palin’s words about the dearly departed Terry Jones are the simplest and most beautiful tribute to true friendship.
Monty Python’s Da Vinci Code (avec rabbits)?
Gentle reader, a word of warning: This post concerns rabbits. It covers John Cleese’s views on rabbits (a conspiracy that goes deep?) and the magic of Twitter, concluding with some uplifting news for rabbitkind. Money, it has long been alleged, is the root of all evil. But could it be that the root of all […]
Twin Peaks, atom bombs, beautiful, beautiful stuff
Ideas are the most powerful thing we have. Our ability to act on our ideas is the greatest gift we have. Some thoughts on the imagination’s depthless potential, inspired by David Lynch and – in particular – by Twin Peaks.