Monthly Archives: January 2013

Holiday

Home again Ailsa and I are home again, after our first real holiday (as in no fixed plans) in 20 years. We left last Monday evening, and stayed with Ailsa’s sister Linda in Christchurch. From there we made an early … Continue reading

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Power of a single word

The Power of a Single Word Do you have focus word this year? Great post Laurie Love the Buddhist quote. My word for the year (for the decade) “Abundance” (in the positive, life & freedom supporting, sense).

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Abundance

Question of The Day January 29, 2013 ~ Abundance Unto you – What is Abundance? The meaning of abundance is quite straight forward, meaning enough and more. When applied to the necessities of human life, to me it means the … Continue reading

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Senses Inaccurate

Question of The Day January 28, 2013 ~ Senses Inaccurate “Do the senses lie? Have your senses ever lied to you? How did you find out?” The short answer is yes. A more meaningful answer is much longer. All information … Continue reading

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Celebrations in Both India and Australia

Question of The Day January 27, 2013 ~ Celebrations in Both India and Australia January 26th was national holidays of country celebration in both India and Australia. If you live in either of those countries, feel free to share what … Continue reading

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Out of place

Question of The Day January 26, 2013 ~ Feeling That You’re Out Of Place Do you ever get the feeling that you’re out of place? I feel out of place just about everywhere. I feel in place when I am … Continue reading

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American Debt Held By China

Question of The Day January 25, 2013 ~ American Debt Held By China “Do you believe that the large amount of American debt held by China is a significant factor in trade and trust issues between the two countries?” It … Continue reading

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