The lead guitarist of the British rock band Queen, Brian May has shared a couple of photos that display his new hobby and criticized the way the countries are run by pointing out the administration.

As you may remember, last week, May drew attention to the fire in his home town Surrey, England. He expressed his regrets and anger over the government’s lack of financial support to the case.

Brian May remarked the fact that something has gone terribly wrong with the leaders’ decision-making process. May said that as long as the government prioritizes short-term economic gains over the lives of people, the whole nation would be in great danger.

Recently, May has shown that he got a new hobby in which he lets it all hang out for a while. He posted the pictures of the candles he made from the recycled bits and said that he finds candle-making a strangely restorative refuge.

Brian admitted that it has become a way for him to adjust to the emerging new world out there while referring to his disappointment that the rekindling of compassion in the way our countries are run is lacked by the administration.

Here is what Brian May said in his latest Instagram post:

I’m finding candle-making a strangely restorative refuge. Like all arts and crafts, just by doing it, you improve. After working through all the repercussions of my heart procedure, I’m building strength slowly – in body but also in mind.

This little creative outlet is distracting and healing, somehow. All these guys were made out of recycled bits of candles. New lamps for old! I hope you’re all finding ways to adjust to the emerging new world out there.”

He continued:

“I was hoping to see a rekindling of compassion in the way our countries are run, but I was disappointed. I’m getting used to staying at home where things are, in the whole, gentle. Take care out there. Swipe for 5 parallel stereos followed by the same 5 views in cross-eyed format.

And, by the way, well done all you guys at the National Stereoscopic Association Virtual Convention. I was especially happy to see that our young IG stereo community is being recognised and integrated into the venerable ‘Old Guard’ of the Association. We all benefit by realising we can always go on learning from our predecessors. Bri.”

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I’m finding candle-making a strangely restorative refuge. Like all arts and crafts, just by doing it, you improve. After working through all the repercussions of my heart procedure, I’m building strength slowly – in body but also in mind. This little creative outlet is distracting and healing, somehow. All these guys were made out of recycled bits of candles. New lamps for old ! I hope you’re all finding ways to adjust to the emerging New World out there. I was hoping to see a rekindling of compassion in the way our countries are run, but I was disappointed. I’m getting used to staying at home where things are, in the whole, gentle. Take care out there. Swipe for 5 parallel stereos followed by the same 5 views in cross-eyed format. And, by the way, well done all you guys at the National Stereoscopic Association Virtual Convention. I was especially happy to see that our young IG stereo community is being recognised and integrated into the venerable ‘Old Guard’ of the Association. We all benefit by realising we can always go on learning from our predecessors. Bri

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