… one day, in September of 2011, I had newly gone part-time on my job (‘a defector from the petty wars’) and wondering what to do with my life, so I started a blog; seven years later it is still going and I have now retired from active duty, although I’m still wondering what to do with my life; look at how I have silently conquered the world …

… like serving-spooning a great dollop of apricot jam on America and then spreading it across the continents – a piece of fruit getting stuck on the UK – nice and even except central Africa and China: see the progress of indefatigable naivete …

… see the thinning of views in later years but the pectin-consistency of viewers rise; look at the label on the jar …

… contains: naivete (84%), indefatigability (10%), militancy (3%), silence (3%); made with immanently-sourced insights, contemplatively renewable; may contain wisdom; consistency-free; and here are the generals of the velvet coup …

… good soldiers all – long lines of be-ribonned disengenuousness worn proudly across their chests;

thank you to those who keep on returning to figure out what on earth mlr is up to (or about to); who knows, maybe sometime he will make sense … (but that might be the time, then, to close – mlewisredford.wordpress); every visit, like and comment stops me fading-to-back (sic) – thank you

also: my dear mum would have been 85 today; towards the end of her life she was a Jehovah’s Witness and therefore didn’t mark her birthday; now, after her life, I mark her birthday with this blog’s anniversary – you are not forgotten, mum

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