I worry [a lot] that all this pathological labelling of life [as we live it] is causing more harm than good. Image credit: A broken tombstone in Edinburgh where the … Continue reading B – L – I – N – D .
In yesterday’s Scotsman, Julian Baggini on David Hume: Baggini concludes:
I recently read Letters to Camondo by Edmund De Waal. It is a deeply affecting book about this Parisian museum:One of the rooms has a label on it’s door handle. … Continue reading A door handle with a label
A few years ago I spent a week exploring Scottish gardens that had been tended by a namesake – Peter Gordon, ‘Jobbing Gardener, Forres’. I had considered that, despite having … Continue reading Outside medicine he was a keen gardener