Yes it must. Each of us makes a difference in the way we see this world. I was very depressed for many long months. Perhaps just getting on here and making some ripples in the pond makes me less or more invisible.
Anyway I still have this website so I may as well visit it. I haven't a clue how to use the gadgetry, or sell anything useful, so it is still personal indulgence. Or an insanity lifeline.
It occurs to me today that it is not me who is insane, how can the UK possibly be consider Boris Johnson for PM.
How is it possible for every shred of veneer to be removed from the respectability of UK Politics.
I would hazard that every development started when Boris decided to play the back Brexit Campaign as a foil to David Cameron. Except Boris made better brags than David about the health service on that Bus.
To be honest I have never recovered from the vote to leave the EU. I would like to stay in a reformed EU. Not a Bull in a China Shop crashing through the plate glass and into the path of a mega truck from hell called 'World Trade Regulations'.
Does it make me a sad person to say I want the UK to remain in the EU... only if you say so.
The whole fiasco of the last three years looks like everyone trying very hard at denial form my vantage point. Every politician knows we are better off being in the EU, but can't bring themselves to say it because their constituency voted Leave.
Apparently the EU are now trying reverse psychology and saying they don't want the UK... Well there is a sense of humour in Europe after all.
How can I still be banging on about all this? Because my gut feeling is I want the UK to be in the EU.
I can hope it all turns out OK!
It has certainly divided the whole Nation. Making political comments these days seems hard work for the comedians. A lot of subject matter seems to be off limits.
Yes I need to catch up with the rest of you. The whole world has passed me by for many months.