Recently our nation's President re-opened Parliamentary sessions with a call for everyone to create a broader and more open meritocracy in the coming years. As much as I welcome that call, I'm wary as to how, or even if, this can come to pass. And more importantly, how authentic and strong is the will to … Continue reading What’s ahead for my son, autism and meritocracy?
Connecting Caregivers – finally meeting a very special & overdue need
A small speck in the universe Photo by Pixabay on Pexels.com Being part of something bigger is what everyone's experienced at least once in our lives, whether we recognise it then or not. In fact, I would go so far as to say that it's part of every human's DNA that we aspire towards being … Continue reading Connecting Caregivers – finally meeting a very special & overdue need
We’re getting 3 new affronts, thanks to 3 new furniture no one wants
It's never occurred to me before but now it's plain to see. There really does exists furniture that people would rather not want, and certainly rather not mention. Because they are an affront. And at least three of them will be arriving at my doorstep in the next three working days. Ever since my mother … Continue reading We’re getting 3 new affronts, thanks to 3 new furniture no one wants