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The Roman Emperor who Thought He was Alexander Reborn

Caracalla (April 4, 188 AD – April 8, 217 AD) Well, it was bound to happen. The son of the first black Roman Emperor (Septimius Severus, born in Libya) gets to co-rule with his father from the tender age of … Continue reading

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Life (version three)

  The Meaning is gone And Time is passing: Daydreams keep coming With every yawn.   Crooked thoughts make crooked paths That my mind will follow And the resulting sorrow Will almost always stir my wrath.   Love is a … Continue reading

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Success or Failure: a Matter of Degree

Winners and Losers It was a strange dream, last night, even by my own standards: I kept seeing two outcomes for a potential ‘success’ story. In the first instance, it was obvious that what was supposed to happen, didn’t. In … Continue reading

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Utopia or Dystopia?

Eve of Destruction or Dawn of a New Age? It all depends on your perspective, doesn’t it? The thinking on climate change is that we’re running out of time before we destroy this Earth and everything on it. And if … Continue reading

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London Bound

Faith in the future is a fleeting thing. When one has so much going on around them, there is a concern that negative thoughts will creep in. London Bound London Bound   Because we cannot see what’s in the works, … Continue reading

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