December 2012

Four lessons I learnt in 2012

24 December, 2012 // 5 Comments

It’s been a bit of a roller coaster year, but then, when are years anything else? The one lesson that I am constantly reminded of year after year is that us humans are so damned… human – with our limited experience being all we have, our ability to be so irrational a lot of the time, and our stubbornness and our reluctance to [...]

Of apparitions and imaginations

9 December, 2012 // 3 Comments

I adore a good ghost story, but more so, I’ve come to realise, when the ghost is never seen. I love The Woman in Black for the many times it has made me reconsider turning my bedside lamp off, and A Christmas Carol just wouldn’t be the same if the ghosts didn’t actually turn up to serve Ebeneezer with his warning, yet [...]