Objectifying life

OldFatherTimeSometimes legal practise seems like a never-ending round of technical points. Nit-picking at the margins to bring a little more injustice to the world. It’s no wonder some lawyers get depressed.  It’s as if they live in the shadow of the real world.  Looking at it through their own peculiar prism and seeing only a watered down reflection of reality.  Breaking it down into neat and tidy little issues.  Objectifying life.  Sucking the poetry from our souls and leaving a world in which everything is boiled down to some cynical legal platitude.  Where even real life heroes are made ordinary.  A world in which they are the masters.  A world where they know everything and yet, nothing at all.

Today I’m done with it and I’m dropping the wig and going off on holiday for a few days.

May 17, 2016 · Tim Kevan · 4 Comments
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4 Responses

  1. Rose - December 17, 2007

    BabyB, you do need a holiday.
    In the meantime, put the decorations up in Chambers, open a bottle of wine and enjoy the season. A little tinsel never hurts.

  2. Sarah - December 18, 2007

    Happy Chritmas BabyB!

  3. DOUBLE ESPRESSO - December 18, 2007

    Blimey! I sense that today you think the glass is half empty.

  4. Anonymous - December 18, 2007

    You’re sounding more and more depressive by the minute. Cheer up young fellow!