Imperative observations



Simplified definition of an absolute in the context used here.                                               ‘That which is simple, observable and truthful’.                                                                 Everything is. No form of Space – Time – Energy or Matter is independent.  Everything that is, is interdependent and interconnected. How else could it be?  No need for idle speculation.

                                                                                                                                                          Example: Everything that is, occupies its own share of space and time exactly. No more, no less.

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Family photography.

 Imperative observations

 Hypothetical or preliminary language of absolutes.

To draw attention to the embedded, and eclectic use of dichotomies in language, and the meanings that we take for granted. To utilise principles to shine a light on new meaning.

Photography donated by Heather I. 2015

Photography courtesy of Heather I. 2015

The empire of man over things is founded on the sciences – for nature is only to be commanded by obeying her.’                           Francis Bacon 1620.



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Jean and I at a Scottish night out.

Jean and I at a Scottish night out.

An early photograph of myself and my wife Jean.

We were both born in Govan Glasgow 1927. The Logie St photograph above is where I was born. The tenement housing where Jean was born has long since been demolished.
Throughout our life together, I gradually learned the true meaning of her nature. Without demonstration she imposed a silent, peaceful, honest way to live.
The latter years of Jean’s life were afflicted by dementia, and its unfortunate effects.
If there is a potential health benefit contained in our language, and that paying attention to absolutes and their disposition toward certainty helps, it is justification enough for me to keep writing.
You can be certain there will be no ‘end’ to that – I will not be here to finish it.
Perhaps interested professionals will.
Will agree with Faulkner that between nothing and grief, I too will choose grief.
Grief for me offers up memories of a nature that is now part of me. Memories with real meaning I constantly cherish.
Those memories motivate me to write this copy as long as I am able.

‘I’ll be seeing you’
 Classic music courtesy of
and You Tube.

                                          It also  tells you just how long we were married.                                  
Play on full screen.

About Bridie.

Born in Govan Glasgow 1927. Those were the days.
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