The tragedy of Ignorance

Today I overheard  a conversation at work that left me completely astounded. After the initial wave of anger had passed, I realised that the lesson to take away from it was to utilise my head phones more often so as to ensure that I am not privy to people’s angering and uninformed opinions. I jest;  what is not a laughing matter on the other hand … Continue reading The tragedy of Ignorance

Hope for Justice

Must we constantly live life as bystanders, applauding those we think are doing a wonderful Job? This is something I’ve been personally reflecting on particularly when it comes to the injustice in the world. The poor will always be there, the hurting, the marginalised and those enslaved. Does that mean because of the magnitude of the Job we should leave it to others? Morden day … Continue reading Hope for Justice

A lot like Christmas

As I sat at work during my lunch break it dawned on me that it’s beginning to look a lot like Christmas for most of the Christmas celebrating world. There is no mistaking the glimmering lights radiating from people’s homes nor the unmistakable festive spirit that seems to have overcome a lot of people. Workers have a spring in their step, children are giddy with … Continue reading A lot like Christmas