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An old man was found dead in his home, surrounded by upturned furniture, bruised on his head and limbs and partly dressed. The doors and windows were locked from the inside and there is no sign of forced entry. This is the hide and die syndrome where people are found dead after burrowing under things. Shelves, bookcases, under beds and behind wardrobes. Just thinking of his last remaining hours, pulling furniture all around himself, alone, is heartbreaking. Surely a remnant of a deep instinct which is seen in animals from cats to cockroaches. The desire to curl up and die.


If by mistake you step into the cage with a raging angry tiger, learn from it. This tiger comes in many forms, and there are opportunities constantly to open the gate, and walk right in. Anger begets anger, love begets love. Yeah, but we still open the gate and step in with the tiger sometimes. When that happens, don't stay in there long. Get out as soon as possible, and try to figure out what on earth you were thinking. If it was growling at you, don't growl back, step out of the cage, and listen to your own growl.


I’m really craving a holiday at the moment, especially when writing practice essays on 'To Kill a Mockingbird' (excellent book though it is). If I had a choice, I’d go back to Morocco. It is the most beautiful country I have ever experienced: you don't visit Morocco, you experience it. The only word I can think of to do it justice is magical; the heat, the smell of spices and raw meat, the bright fabrics and paints, the tinny music of the snake charmer; the beautiful shouts of exotic tongues, the amazing food... I've truly never experienced anything like it.

An old man was found dead in his home, surrounded by upturned furniture, bruised on his head and limbs and partly dressed. The doors and windows were locked from the inside and there is no sign of forced entry. This is the hide and die syndrome where people are found dead after burrowing under things. Shelves, bookcases, under beds and behind wardrobes. Just thinking of his last remaining hours, pulling furniture all around himself, alone, is heartbreaking. Surely a remnant of a deep instinct which is seen in animals from cats to cockroaches. The desire to curl up and die.


If by mistake you step into the cage with a raging angry tiger, learn from it. This tiger comes in many forms, and there are opportunities constantly to open the gate, and walk right in. Anger begets anger, love begets love. Yeah, but we still open the gate and step in with the tiger sometimes. When that happens, don't stay in there long. Get out as soon as possible, and try to figure out what on earth you were thinking. If it was growling at you, don't growl back, step out of the cage, and listen to your own growl.


I’m really craving a holiday at the moment, especially when writing practice essays on 'To Kill a Mockingbird' (excellent book though it is). If I had a choice, I’d go back to Morocco. It is the most beautiful country I have ever experienced: you don't visit Morocco, you experience it. The only word I can think of to do it justice is magical; the heat, the smell of spices and raw meat, the bright fabrics and paints, the tinny music of the snake charmer; the beautiful shouts of exotic tongues, the amazing food... I've truly never experienced anything like it.

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