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Doesn’t time fly? Already the end of 2020 in sight. I was watching Inception which is about psychology and a matrix created of other people’s dreams. And then an interesting piece of dialogue caught my attention.

“What is the most resilient parasite? Bacteria? a virus? an intestinal worm?”

“What Mr Cob is trying to say…”

“An idea…”

With all the challenges we have faced, gaining a consensus of ideas and facts throughout 2020 has been one of our most difficult challenges.

And about 30 minutes to an hour in, I realise its the same story framework.

On a mission, its gets more dangerous, they have no choice but to continue despite the peril and do it faster (under more pressure)….

Looking back on old media clips of popular culture in American music and songs……. Such a different set of threats exist in this Payphone video … I remember that only a decade ago our main fear was of unexpected terror.

I hope everyone is keeping well during the winter months and would be happy to schedule a group zoom call if WordPress readers of Superkey’s World want one. 🙂

Thank you Duet with Alanis Morissette

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Alanis: How ’bout getting off of these antibiotics?
How ’bout stopping eating when I’m full up?
How ’bout them transparent dangling carrots?
How ’bout that ever elusive kudo? Thank you India
Thank you terror
Thank you disillusionment
Thank you frailty
Thank you consequence
Thank you thank you silence How ’bout me not blaming you for everything?
How ’bout me enjoying the moment for once?
How ’bout how good it feels to finally forgive you?
How ’bout grieving it all one at a time?

Sophie: How ’bout getting off of your iPad?
How ’bout stopping working for a chat when I’m fed up?
How ’bout them transparent hydrogen car engines?
How ’bout that ever elusive Amazon e-scooter? Thank you Jeff Bezos
Thank you Netflix for disillusionment
Thank you election democracy frailty
Thank you no consequence

How ’bout me not blaming China for COV-19 everything?
How ’bout me enjoying the fresh air for once?
How ’bout how good it feels to finally clear out ….all that grieving ..it all in one?

A Candid Reply

What we didn’t expect as Gwyneth took to the stage was a frank and honest dialogue about her surprise when divorce and separation became part of her family story.

I really liked that she shared the backdrop to her immediate generation which was that there was no previous family trait for relationship breakdown as she had experienced it. And that staying together for good was a value held in her ancestory.

We have changed our view of marriage and whether to stay together. There’s more freedom of movement if the relationship is causing harm to either to both as a result of continuing.


What are your family values?

Can you stand by them even if the present circumstances look different?

I think that by trying to keep an atmosphere of peace and goodwill with the father of her children, Gwyneth is moving on well without disregarding what was GOOD about her past.