“Why do we stumble and fall and somehow miraculously rise and go on…?” – LTJ Bukem I am in Vietnam and what strikes me (just as much now as it […]
Writer and composer James Wild has been travelling about this wonderful planet for many years, exploring, greeting and revelling. He has produced an extensive range of recordings on music, meditation, relaxation and other favourite topics of discussion.
After graduating in Botany/Ecology, James went on to produce music and begin writing. He takes a keen interest in nature, music, metaphysical philosophy and Futurama.
James lives in a forest, on a ridge, near a small village, not far from a large city, in Australia, on Gaia, in our Solar System, on the Orion Arm of the Milky Way about 26,000 light years from galactic centre, in the Local Group of galaxies drifting somewhere in this extraordinary universe (apparently torus shaped or fractally holographic some say).
James says, “With my music, recordings and writing I endeavour to inspire and help people connect to Gaia and the greater good of humanity".
A teacher once said: “If all else fails, keep moving”. I like it. We all know the despondent feeling of getting into a rut and seeing no way out. We ask […]
Genesis is by Greenwood’s Larry Hogan and Charlie Shanks along with Stuart Wilde and David Lord – the team that created Voice of the Celtic Myth. I wasn’t around much when the […]
True heroes are often those you rarely hear of. In 1983, on a night he will never forget…
Last year I was walking in the very striking Nightcap National Park, a sub-tropical rainforest in Australia and took some photographs of strangler figs. These fig “vines” are common in the […]
I wrote a little article about a year ago on becoming your own electricity provider and thereby being responsible for your own energy. The reality of battery storage providing cheap […]
Fiona and I are looking after Teitom the cat for a friend. We have been amused by his aloofness and complete domination of his space. We found this amusing cartoon […]
Here is a little rundown on the ages of humanity. Adapted from A. A. Gill, a British writer who passed away recently. We’re born Italian: relentlessly infantile and mother-obsessed. In early […]
With the festive season upon us I wanted to talk about something that has been on my mind of late: kindness. Humanities propensity for kindness is something we can be […]
Modern intensive agriculture relies heavily on antibiotics to ward off disease in animals. We all know the dangers: microorganisms build up resistance to antibiotics evolving into superbugs. These get into the […]
Only once have I had a migraine and it was truly horrible. Years ago I had a friend who would get them every second weekend – consistently. Rarely on a […]