Monthly Archives: November 2011

Zodiac

Zodiacally Speaking November 17, 2011 Do you follow your horoscope? Hi Laurie Congrats on the 250th post – I have enjoyed reading them all. I’m with Sandi when it comes to horoscopes, they are so generalised, and we are all … Continue reading

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Bodhisattva

Bodhisattva November 15, 2011 Do you know a bodhisattva? I’m with Linda and Bob on this one. It seems to me that we are all on our hero’s journey, and we all have our bodhisattva moments. There is another aspect … Continue reading

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Change one thing

Question of the Day, November 21, 2011 Legal/economic/political system If you could change one thing about the rules within which the legal/economic/political system operates, what would it be? http://www.solnx.org Depends how you define one thing. Changing one thing wouldn’t accomplish … Continue reading

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World Population

The world population recently reached 7 billion. What do you think this means in terms of the future of our planet? In and of itself, the 7 Billion doesn’t mean much. I agree with others that it is what we … Continue reading

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Theme Song

Question of the Day, November 19, 2011 if you were asked “What is your Theme song?” how would you reply? If you were asked ” What is your Theme song? ” how would you reply? Shine on You Crazy Diamond … Continue reading

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Puzzlement

Question of the Day, November 18, 2011 What’s your biggest puzzlement about life? What’s your biggest puzzlement about life, people, the world, about the way things are? What do you find most puzzling as you look around the world? Yes … Continue reading

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Coincidence

Question of the Day, November 17, 2011 Believing In Coincidence Do you believe in coincidence? I believe in statistics. Coincidence happens. Statistics show that it happens far more commonly than most people think likely. When you factor into statistics, the … Continue reading

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