We have far more to offer than we allow ourselves to give.
So many of us are holding back from something we’d love to give because we feel we aren’t yet good enough to give it.
I don’t normally write poems. But I wrote this one and have been encouraged to share it.
So here it is. I have it recorded as a reading, as well as the words of the poem itself – I almost said lyrics.
I’m a bit stuck at the moment. I feel rootless, professionally speaking.
I know that I am here to make some contribution to the world. And I can’t quite figure out what it is.
Here is an interview with me by Civic Leicester on the subject of immigration.
It took place after the teacher’s strike rally in Leicester in October, and lays out my views on immigration and deportation.
Following my recent post about friendship, I thought I’d follow it up with this handy guide to ensuring that you avoid friendship and deep connection with others. It’s proven to work.
1. Assume others will be a hassle
“I was coming to your music nights” said Eddie, “and I knew that I liked you. And I thought you’d be a good person to have as a friend. But the thing is Al, you’re not an easy person to become friends with.”
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