Friday, 20 January 2017

Rabbie Burns. The Pride of Ulster-Scots

Rabbie Burns 1759—1796:

The Pride of Ulster-Scots

[Wee Book. Willie Drennan 2004]

The poet Rabbie Burns is often described as the Scottish National Bard, and quite understandably so. But Burns, like Shakespeare and Joyce, was certainly studied and admired far out beyond his homeland and by people of completely different ethnic, cultural and religious backgrounds. No wonder, as he was a great liver of life and lover of life - had profound insights into humanity and an uncanny ability to express this orally and in writing.

Sunday, 15 January 2017

Observations and Realisations of 2016

A focal point on the eternal loop between Ancient Past and Distant Future.

Not a good year for band members stuck on board the old bandwagon.

The year the Global Establishment got caught on by the global people.