I can't believe that we lost Prince and Bowie in the same year. So many other greats gone too soon recently as well. 2016 will surely be remembered as the year of the celebrity grim-reaper and we're not even through April yet. I'm very grateful to have seen Prince perform live and to have had … Continue reading Somewhere there’s an almighty party going on – but not here
Part 1: Why dreams aren’t always easy and that’s ok When it comes to speaking of matters as serious as our dreams, the analogy of ‘a battle’ works for me. Having read Steven Pressfield’s book 'The War of Art', I can see that I am not alone: Pressfield highlights the various (and seemingly inevitable) … Continue reading The Recording of War On Dreams Part 1 & 2
The song 'War On Dreams' - context and setting Sometimes with dreams, the struggles and apparent setbacks are essential to the satisfactory fulfilment of the dream itself. We just can’t always see it when we’re in the thick of it at the time. That is the thing about great adventures and great ambitions; no-one can … Continue reading Dust Or Diamond?
We are all at war. It's just that some people don't realise it. The enemy is sneaky; a master of disguise and it's already inside. It sounds like your best friend. Sometimes it even employs your best friend to do its bidding. It comforts you. It soothes you. It buys you chocolate. It pours you … Continue reading In Bed With The Dream Eater