The Light Touch

I understand a lot of what I have wrote on this website in the past may have been strongly worded to say the least. I was experiencing very different circumstances at that time as you can probably imagine, and was bursting at the seams with the desire to just have the old world back as we knew it. However, I realise I sound like a broken record if the only thing I ever want in this life is for daily business to flow as if there were no ‘Covid’ dictatorship.

I will look again at some of the content I have posted and consider whether it has stood the test of time. There are surely still a bevy of really good points though. Especially as someone with high-functioning autism, it’s just a bit of a challenge trying for others not to get the wrong end of the stick. And now three things remain. Cash is legal tender in this country so we should be able to walk into any reasonable shop or post office and expect to be able to pay with it if we want to. Our faces are too good and too important for the criminal deprivation of oxygen, degradation by rough and nasty cloth, and deletion of our smiles, laughs, frowns, and cries. And last but not least, we shall never cease to give grace. If we respect the medical decisions of others, we’re on the right track to upholding all other human rights.