Tag: Health

  • A Poem: Captivity Within the Window Frame

    A Poem: Captivity Within the Window Frame

    Beyond the window frame, a world does lie, In all its splendour, neath a cloudy sky, And there I sit, alone with my despair, Gazing out at all that’s fair. The trees sway gently in the breeze, As birds flit about with graceful ease, And all around, I see the play, Of light and shadow, […]

  • A Poem: The Value of Public Services

    A Poem: The Value of Public Services

    What do you get for the money you pay, A question asked by many today, political right they say, What do public services really convey? For roads and bridges, schools and parks, Public safety and security after dark, Firefighters, police officers and such, All paid for by taxes, but do they mean much? Public healthcare […]

  • The Issue with Tree plantations and Clear Cutting: A Threat to Biodiversity and Climate Change

    The Issue with Tree plantations and Clear Cutting: A Threat to Biodiversity and Climate Change

    Forests are an essential part of our planet’s ecosystem, and their role in mitigating the impact of climate change is crucial. Forests absorb carbon dioxide from the atmosphere, providing a vital carbon sequestration source that helps offset greenhouse gas emissions.

  • Redefining Freedom: The Urgent Need for a Sustainable Approach to Climate Change

    Redefining Freedom: The Urgent Need for a Sustainable Approach to Climate Change

    The issue of climate change highlights the importance of moving beyond a purely market-driven approach to solving societal problems. The effects of climate change are felt by all individuals, regardless of their socioeconomic status, and the failure to address this issue promptly and comprehensively will have severe consequences for future generations.

  • Rethinking Freedom: From Individualism to Collective Well-Being

    Rethinking Freedom: From Individualism to Collective Well-Being

    Rethinking how taxes are structured and collected is essential for creating a fairer society. Progressive taxation, where the wealthy pay a higher percentage of their income in taxes than those with lower incomes, is a way to address the current wealth inequality. Eliminating tax breaks and loopholes that benefit the wealthy is another necessary step. […]

  • Living Free: The Illusion of Freedom in Today’s Society

    Living Free: The Illusion of Freedom in Today’s Society

    In theory, living free sounds like an idyllic way of life. It means making choices without the constraints of external forces, whether it be the government or societal expectations. It means having the power to spend your money as you see fit, without restrictions or limitations. However, this concept of freedom is more of an […]

  • Expert Financial Tips To Help You Retire Early

    Expert Financial Tips To Help You Retire Early

    When it comes to retirement, there are a lot of things to think about. How much money do you need to save up? When should you start withdrawing from your retirement accounts? What’s the best way to invest for retirement? These are all important questions to ask if you want to retire as early as […]

  • I will soon turn 65 – and I feel good

    I will soon turn 65 – and I feel good

    I will soon turn to be 23725 or 65 – and I feel good, there is a lot left in me and I want to add experience to my article 23360 days old and counting.

  • 23360 days old and counting

    23360 days old and counting

    I achieved 64 years (23360 days) this week. Here are some brilliant reflections: what is life about? I think a balance between knowledge building and connections. I did not know what I wanted to do in my life before I was introduced to software development. Before that, I worked in construction, as a delivery truck […]

  • A Poem: Finding Freedom Within the Frame of Life

    A Poem: Finding Freedom Within the Frame of Life

    Our whole life, man, it’s like a frame, A picture show that’s always the same, From the moment we’re born until we die, We’re stuck inside, can’t say goodbye. But hey, it’s not all bad, you know, There’s beauty in the way things flow, Like the changing seasons and the city lights, The stars that […]