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Thank you – make it an action not a phrase

Filed in Life by on February 22, 2017 0 Comments
Thank you – make it an action not a phrase

Thanks comes in many different shapes and sizes, and can be concealed within other actions or words such that they become unrecognisable to many because of the way we have been taught. Despite one of my love languages being words of affirmation, I don’t like getting thanked. I can’t really explain why but the explanation may […]

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Another Way to live – The Book is Finished

Filed in Current Project by on February 15, 2017 1 Comment
Another Way to live – The Book is Finished

Finally, Another Way to Live, has been uploaded to Smashwords, an awesome website for independent writers. The official release date is Feb 22 and you have a look at it and sample it here. Despite what seemed like endless scrutiny of the book, I welcome anyone who finds an editorial error, grammar mistake or anything else […]

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Allow the Truth to Shine

Filed in Life, Thought by on February 1, 2017 1 Comment
Allow the Truth to Shine

I have been involved with or been a bystander to a number of disturbing events these past couple of years. Some are the result of family, some are not. In each case what seemed to be evident was that people have a distorted view of truth. In some cases people lie, in others, they deluded […]

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No more excuses

Filed in Choice, Life by on January 25, 2017 0 Comments
No more excuses

This is where I find myself. I have ideas for stories, screenplays, articles, books – both non-fiction and fiction and they sit waiting for me to execute Plan A. I want to write. I executed Plan A to get these thoughts down in a coherent manner for this post, in a surprisingly short amount of time. I executed Plan Z the past few weeks when I couldn’t get a post written. Go figure!

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How Religion Placed Itself Above Us

Filed in Conflict, Life, Practicality, Thought by on November 23, 2016 0 Comments
How Religion Placed Itself Above Us

While in discussion recently about the imminent publication of the next book, ‘Another way to Live,’ I was asked, why I thought is was that religions evolved to feel the need to exert control over people. Why didn’t they just have their beliefs and leave people to decide what they want? It is a great question and one I only gloss over in the book. I have spent some time pondering it and have come up with an explanation that, may or may not be related to the truth, but is, nonetheless logical in my mind. I will share it here.

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The Common Thread That Will, One Day, Unravel

Filed in crisis, Ego, Uncategorized by on November 16, 2016 0 Comments
The Common Thread That Will, One Day, Unravel

Most seem to be of the opinion that Mr Trump won because of an uprising against the current political system. A population overlooked by the political elite. While at face value this looks to be the case, that is not the implication I would like to leave people with.

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Oops

Filed in Ego by on November 9, 2016 1 Comment
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The Zeitgeist Movement

Filed in Choice, conduit, Practicality by on October 5, 2016 0 Comments
The Zeitgeist Movement

Life has settled down a little bit so I am looking to getting back to my schedule of writing. A few years ago I was introduced to Zeitgeist the Movie and found it interesting. The movie is one man’s opinion about many things he sees wrong with society. I left my career in finance due to many […]

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On Giving

Filed in charity by on August 3, 2016 0 Comments
On Giving

If we enact our charity by giving others some of what we have, We perpetuate the need for charity. If, instead, we enact our charity by giving others some of what we really are, We will slowly, but surely, remove the need for such charity.   The only way we can find out what we […]

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Is This Our Panacea? Please Slap Me!

Filed in Choice, crisis by on July 27, 2016 1 Comment
Is This Our Panacea? Please Slap Me!

I have written it before, but I am still yet to speak to a single person who is not dismayed, horrified or disgusted by the prospect of Mr Trump becoming president. I said we should not be surprised by how well he is doing. But, barring a drastic turn of events, he will be president and when it happens the world will gasp in horror, but before it does so it will gasp in surprise.

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