18 Sep 2013
Fit the Third
The Baker's Tale
They roused him with muffins—they roused him with ice—
They roused him with mustard and cress—
They roused him with jam and judicious advice—
They set him conundrums to guess.
When at length he sat up and was able to speak,
His sad story he offered to tell;
And the Bellman cried "Silence! Not even a shriek!"
And excitedly tingled his bell.
10 Sep 2013
More is never Enough - By P.K.Odendaal - September 2013
When I wrote the article on 'Asking the right questions', I came to the conclusion that we have been called to serve God and Mankind, but that we are moving in a direction diametrically opposite to that calling, namely of alienating ourselves from God and Mankind. After some contemplation, I have come to the sobering realisation that the reason for this is because 'More is never Enough'.
5 Sep 2013
Hunting of the Snark - Fit the second - The Bellman's Speech - by Lewis Carroll
The Bellman himself they all praised to the skies—Such a carriage, such ease and such grace!
Such solemnity, too! One could see he was wise,
The moment one looked in his face!
1 Sep 2013
The Best of All Possible worlds - by P.K.Odendaal - September 2013.
I have added another part to this original article of last month (The Perfect World) and tried to answer the questions the first part of this article begged.
I have added yet another part at the end setting out a scientific interpretation of the Many Worlds Interpretation concept. (October 2013)
Taken from the idea of The Perfect Storm - which was not so perfect.
If there is something I will definitely not like, it would be a perfect world. I cannot imagine the boredom and lack of creativeness that will accompany a perfect world. In a perfect world there will not be any improvement, development, creative space or new ideas possible, because by definition it is perfect and cannot be improved.
I shudder at the thought.