Yoga Aid + L-l-l-lazy Day.

“There’s only one bed and there’s only one prayer; I listen all night for your step on the stair.” I’ve got my quiet hat on today– Leonard’s playing tonight in Sydney. My girlfriend has just sauntered out to see about a boy– It’s storming and steamy– It’s just me here now, my sunburn, my little … Continue reading

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The Solitude of Strength.

A few developments today– I woke early, knowing something would shift– I walked home from my sisters place in Surry Hills, taking a different route– down obscure lane ways, noticing things, it was early, it was light– the city smelt of Tokyo at the end of winter. I stopped on my way home and picked … Continue reading

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Burqa’s & Such.

I got to talking to a woman at work yesterday that I’ve not had that much to do with to date. A few brief passes in the corridor, she wears a burqa, I don’t– That’s about it, really. She and I happened to take lunch at the same time yesterday– she mentioned that she’d recently … Continue reading

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Rajesheree Choudery.

I spent the day today with this woman: And it was very, very, very, very good. She’s Bikrams wife and she is very, very cool. At 45– some 19 years Bikrams junior– Rajesheree has been practicing yoga since she was three years old. She’s elegant. She’s graceful. And she’s a ball breaker with the sharpest … Continue reading

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Bats in Darlinghurst.

By far, my most favorite time of day is as the sun sets over Darlinghurst and a mass exodus of bats fly from the Botanic Gardens across the city to Centennial Park. I can often, at this time of day, be spotted roaming the streets, narrowly escaping car crash contact, my head in the air, … Continue reading

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80 Posts In 80 Days & Potentially 80 Reasons To Get Out Of Bed, Get Something Done.

I woke to a war, like a warning it was a sleepless night and the city was relatively quiet. As if by magic a mystery Led Zeppelin flew in during the night and lodged itself firmly in my womb. It hung there, heavy and low like lead like lead And demanding all number of things. … Continue reading

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