When I born, I black, When I grow up, I black, When I go in sun, I black, When I cold, I black, When I scared, I black, When I sick, I black, And when I die, I still black. You white folks…. When you born, you pink, When you grow up, you white, When… Continue reading Colored Folks?
“In concentrating your breath can you become as supple As a babe? Can you polish your mysterious mirror And leave no blemish?” Lao Tsu Tao Te Ching Translation by the well renowned D.C. Lau 1963, Penguin Classics Dear Thitihchai, Thank you for the present of meditation.
TIGER, tiger, burning bright In the forests of the night, What immortal hand or eye Could frame thy fearful symmetry? In what distant deeps or skies Burnt the fire of thine eyes? On what wings dare he aspire? What the hand dare seize the fire? And what shoulder and what art Could twist the sinews… Continue reading The Tiger
Because they know better! Plato was wrong. At the moment I am reading an interesting book that makes me turn pages with an amazing ease and in the same manner do away with my preconceptions of the wise. The argument of the book is that chasing the expert is a mistake. We should stop hunting… Continue reading Why should 10 stupid men rule over 1 wise man?
Answer: One per person. Its a frightening world, I know. Even more so if one considers that the death penalty is on the rise all over. Death is final and no human being deserves an untimely death. The mere possibility for sentencing an innocent man to death should be reason enough to abolish the cruel… Continue reading Do you know what the death rate around here is?
Riddle me a riddle. If you think you are too smart for your own good and have a time on your hands then just maybe you are the “not pr0n” riddle worthy. Up until now some 650000 have tried but only 32 people have reached the final step so far. Go genius.. go and fetch… Continue reading Not Pr0n – Riddle this!
The little girl expects no declaration of tenderness from her doll. She loves it — and that’s all. It is thus that we should love. — DeGourmont
In reality its only the horrible nature of man that’s revealed in war. Is civilisation not always preceded or followed by barbaric chaos? The English army in Iraq can apparently not escape the accusations of mistreatment and torture of the Iraqi people. The many examples of torture in Iraq raises an important question: Will war,… Continue reading Torture as the doctrine of war in Iraq
We where somewhere around Barstow on the edge of the dessert when the drugs began to take hold. I remember saying something like “I feel a bit lightheaded; maybe you should drive…” And suddenly there was a terrible roar all around us and the sky was full of what looked like huge bats, all swooping… Continue reading H. S. Thompson sent him self to Paradise
In November 2003 I received the Master of Law degree from University of Copenhagen. My final dissertation “Just War in Iraq 2003” was in International Law . The plan was to make “Just War in Iraq 2003” into a living wiki document, but that never happen for several reasons. Thank you for the overwhelming interests… Continue reading Just War in Iraq 2003
I accidentally deleted my mysql server and the database.. so I am off to a fresh start! Welcome to dyhr.com and my weblog. This blog is a simple reflection of some aspects of the human named Thomas Dyhr. Time will change heaven and earth, and thus time will change me and this blog. 😉 Thomas… Continue reading Welcome to my world!