Only now, or in recent months, have people started to recognise the impact of Covid on mental health. This is the unseen outcome from restrictions to personal and collective freedoms, from financial stresses, and here in the U.K. from a… Read More ›
Positive reflections in old age are an important part of personal fulfilment. Existentialism and Epicureanism are ready made concepts to guide you into it, unless you are part of the Forever Young Brigade!
Democritus and Epicurus are my two philosophers from Ancient Greece featured in this post who both subscribed to the belief that everything consisted of atoms and void, with “atomon” meaning “indivisible”. As you will probably realise the same term was… Read More ›
An ongoing series of short posts about schools of philosophy and individual thinkers through the ages. Some of them I briefly studied during my psychology degree, others I have considered more recently in retirement and old age. This is NOT… Read More ›
Time for those of us in old age to focus on Kairos and not Chronos; opportune time is much more significant if Chronos is running out!