“With mirth and laughter let old wrinkles come.” William Shakespeare, The Merchant of Venice
I learnt a new word. Pareidolia. It’s the phenomenon of spotting familiar patterns in random data. You know … you come across a potato in the vegetable rack, and it looks like your auntie. It seems that as humans we’re hardwired to recognise faces, and from an early age – babies have been proven to… Read More Always learning . . .
“Full of sound and fury, signifying nothing” (Shakespeare) Is that someone you know? Or maybe you? So what are you going to do about that?
“If thou remember’st not the slightest folly That ever love did make thee run into, Thou hast not lov’d.” (Mr William Shakespeare. Of course.)