Monthly Archives: March 2014

Failure

21 March 2014 ~ Question of the Day ~ Definition of Failure What is your definition of failure? Do you consider yourself a failure? Failure is not getting up and trying again. Ultimately, failure is death. I’m still breathing, haven’t … Continue reading

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Character and achievements

19 March 2014 ~ Question of the Day ~ Character and Achievements Could you name, and give reasons for, someone in this world who’s character and achievements you would really like to emulate? Not really, and Neo, from “The Matrix” … Continue reading

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Free yourself

18 March 2014 ~ Question of the Day ~ Free Yourself “You will never be free until you free yourself from the prison of your own false thoughts.” ~ Philip Arnold Are you ever effected by your own false thought? … Continue reading

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Silence?

16 March 2014 ~ Question of the Day ~ Silence When is silence more meaningful than words? That is a really tricky question. It seems clear to me that we all create our own meaning. Most of the meaning we … Continue reading

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Dying

Deb’s Facebook page Biodegradable urn Why die? Why be a slave to tradition? 😉 [followed by] Hi Deb, No exaggeration. I would never propose compelling anyone who consciously chooses death to survive, unless they were in a seriously distressed state. … Continue reading

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Judging

14 March 2014 ~ Question of the Day ~ Judge Others While we tend to judge others by their actions, we judge ourselves by our intentions. How do you think others see you and how does that differ from how … Continue reading

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Spirit

Tom’s Bog – March 8th I had an interesting experience last night….. Hi Tom, I applaud your intentionality in observing what you observed; and it seems to me that the logic you subsequently applied to those observations is faulty (if … Continue reading

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