Sigh no more

Then sigh not so, but let them go,    And be you blithe and bonny, Converting all your sounds of woe    Into hey nonny, nonny. Shakespeare: Much Ado About Nothing People will often say that they can't pray. When asked they will say that they are unable to make their minds still or empty … Continue reading Sigh no more


12 December 2015 I want to write about emptiness, loneliness, meaningless, and the apprehension of death. This is what I feel at the moment. But what to say? How to write about these feelings? I might say that there are days when I struggle these feelings. There are days when I wonder what my life … Continue reading Emptiness


The body holds deep sadness. The loss of people you love: those who have died; lovers and friends with whom you have fallen out, or lost touch; children who have moved away. The love you never received, that was not forthcoming; and the love you cannot give, your lack of capacity for loving. The loss … Continue reading Sadness