This is a new post pandemic blog to replace the previous blog written during the first UK lockdown. Unlike the old blog which was mostly art related this new blog is more varied with thoughts on current affairs, politics (maybe), spirituality (certainly) and possibly a little bit of art too.
The colour wheel is a tool used by artists to help them with their colour choices. It is made up of six colour hues which coincidentally correspond quite neatly to six of the world’s major religions!
The system of education in the UK does not suit all children. One could be justified in saying that it actually ruins some children. We need to change from a one size fits all approach.
The following is a guiding principle to help describe and encapsulate a more equal or level society in economic terms. ‘The poor should not be too poor and the rich should not be too rich’.
People, Party and Policy. What do we vote for? Is it the personality of a politician, the ideology of a political party or a policy that we consider beneficial for social development?
Ex UK Priminister Gordon Brown talks of the failure to vaccinate the poorer countries of the world as an economical, medical and most of all an ethical issue.
The current news emphasis has moved away from the casualties of the pandemic to the ongoing vaccination program. People of ages 33 and 32 are now eligible to receive the vaccine so why has this man in his mid fifties not yet taken up the offer?