Author Archives: bryncocyn

Afterword

Some sweet day, we shall gather at the river and be renewed… The crooked ways will be made straight and the last fears unbound. We’ll reflect beneath the shade of ancient trees, that generations will rest there too – the … Continue reading

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On Choosing Peace

I recoil from the foul cess of the Brexit campaign – the bigotry, racism, scape-goat-ism and also, the entitlement to above-the-law criminality, yet I also recoil from the equally foul cess of de-humanised, corporate-supplied, big-is-beautiful trade blocks, such as the … Continue reading

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On Being Conservative for the Common Against Those who are Conservative for Enclosure

I don’t think I can do whatever I like. I don’t think I have unlimited rights to express my creativity, sexuality and so on – though I do have some rights. In truth, we cannot be creative in a world … Continue reading

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The Music of Time – or how we’ll not change the music, unless we change how we sing

We don’t need more renewable energy to power how we live, but to change how we live so we don’t need that power. The power of fossil fuel has been so great, that no regenerative source can replace it. Culture … Continue reading

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A Little Summary of my Thesis

FIRST The dramatic social change necessary for modern cultures to survive more or less unscarred will not happen unless citizens change themselves – as individuals. I can lobby governments and corporations to change – it does little harm, but if … Continue reading

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Stepping onto the Common

How do we find universal truth? – by shutting our eyes and looking within. I am Everyman. At the deepest level I find not a unique self, but common human experience. That deepest level can only be found in ourselves. … Continue reading

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EU delusions

Green-house gas emissions rise slightly faster than increasing renewable energy can replace fossil fuels. Today fossil fuels account for 81% of energy consumption, while in 1988, they accounted for 79%. . But, because gross world product has increased, total energy … Continue reading

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