Will George Poet
The Sea, the eternal sea, waits!
Time flows in waves washing;
The constant flow of both mingle;
Overlapping and intertwining.
Will george - POET
Disease and Social Morass
Politics only for Politicians
The congregation of an Anglican Church makes an impression, not necessarily positive.
There are many tragedies in the modern day that have the same fundamentals that surrounded the Mycenae King.
There are many historical Dictators. In the twenty first century there are many politicians in the principal role who appear to follow the same dictates.
The political history of a country reads much like a medical assessment.
The use and value of free speech are misused and misattributed.
The journey through life and the use of choice determine whether a person is free or slave.
Frontline, the first defence, the people who are the most visible representatives to a company. Personal application is important.
There are many hostile activities that take life and destroy families and countries.
The nobility associated with Royalty may not always be a visible presence.
To be magnanimous, to give of one's gifts freely is a rarer event.
The value of the labourer is often understated and underpaid.
Who choses whether an individual is a servant or a slave?
Education is the fundamental to development, some chose to restrict it.
Television News stories and the readers who tell the story seem to be substantially lacking.
What is the cause of suicide? How can it be stopped?
The words of dead poets may apply to the present. What words will apply to the future.
Who will influence personal development?
The job interview can be a harrowing experience, certainly it is a challenge.
The labour of the average person is the foundation of the economy. Who determines the capital benefit? Is it thee Bank Governor, or the Chancellor?
The quality of politicians is questionable. Success or failure, how do they respond?
The privacy of an individual should be entrenched by legislation, those who abuse the public use of information should be punished.
Justice requires that it be applied fairly and judiciously, not corrupted.