Monthly Archives: February 2015

Painful thoughts

How do you respond to painful thoughts? How do you respond to painful thoughts? Examine them. Look for underlying root declarations. Examine those declarations in light of current understanding. I am 100% clear that any situation is devoid of meaning. … Continue reading

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Zero

11 Feb ’15: QofDay: Zero Is ‘Zero’ an absolute value or a relative “concept” or both ? Both. It has many functions. A symbol for an empty set. A place-holder for the absence of something. An indicator of the source … Continue reading

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Doing for others

10 Feb ’15: QofDay: Do for others What are you doing for others? Like many here – I do lots of things for the community – many committees, many organisations. I try to help out where I can, and leave … Continue reading

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Write on your glass?

The Elixir of Life What words would you write on your glass? Choice, freedom, love, creativity, appreciation, abundance, longevity, joy, playfulness, enquiry, exploration, understanding.

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Family

9 Feb ’15: QofDay: Family Style Today is Family Day in Canada, please share what “style” your family is/was – traditional of your society or alternative makeup? I had two parents who were separated by the death of my father … Continue reading

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Matter – Antimatter

8 Feb ’15: QofDay: Matter Antimatter Why is matter so common and antimatter so rare? A matter of great uncertainty and huge debate. One possible candidate is asymmetry in B meson decay. [followed by] Hi Bhatta & OM The problem … Continue reading

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Enemy or Foe

7 Feb ’15: QofDay: Enemy or Foe? What is the difference between an enemy and a foe ? It seems that in most modern usages the terms are interchangeable. In their derivation there is a definite difference in meanings originally … Continue reading

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