Monthly Archives: April 2011

Strength in Service and related thoughts

Question of the Day April 16, 2011 ~ Strengths in Service How can you use your strengths in greatest service to yourself, family, community and the world? Sorry Ian – but I must disagree. We all have both strengths and … Continue reading

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On Truth

Question of the Day April 15, 2011 ~ Ready for truth? Are you ready for the real truth to come? This seems an odd question to me. For me, truth is an odd notion. The Oxford defines it variously, and … Continue reading

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Volunteering & A post to Laurie

Question of the Day April 14, 2011 ~ beyond-local service volunteer Are you an unpaid volunteer in any kind of service which goes beyond your local community? Tell us about it. I resigned last year from my position on the … Continue reading

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Fresh Snows

We’ve had a howling Southerly for the last two days, and this is the view from the deck this morning – quite cool with the fresh snow.

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Hard Talk, Climate change, Energy future

Letter sent to BBC HardTalk Just watched Stephen’s interview on Climate change in Australia. One thing Stephen said is false. He said that there are no indicators that the climate change issue is being addressed. That is untrue. If you … Continue reading

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Losing track of time

Question of the Day April 13, 2011 ~Lost Track of Time~ What activity were you doing when you ‘lost track of time’ from pure enjoyment? I can loose track of time doing most things. Sometimes I do it blogging, sometimes … Continue reading

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Bretton Woods – Future of economics?

Exploring Complexity in Economic Theory and John Fullerton’s Blog at the Capital Institute Sunday, April 10, 2011 – breakfast session from Bretton Woods INET conference As someone who trained in biochemistry and ecology, spent 17 years commercial fishing, and 25 … Continue reading

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