Monthly Archives: July 2020

No TV Month revised

“It has become appallingly obvious that our technology has exceeded our humanity.”— Albert Einstein (1879 – 1955) So I decided to go a month without tv this July. It has gone surprisingly well. I have only broken it once, and … Continue reading

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The discomfort of humanity in our idols

When I first saw the documentary “Leaving Neverland“, there was no uncertainty in me on wether Michael Jackson had sexually abused children. After that, whenever his music comes on the radio I change station. If I hear the words “Heal … Continue reading

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Man’s (well, mine) search for meaning

I have for over a year now had the dreaded title “ufør” here in Norway. It’s a terrible title – ufør is the equivalent of the word “disabled” in english. Which means there’s a whole species of people who has … Continue reading

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