Category Archives: Laurie’s blog

Logline

Logging and Writing If your life were a book, what would the logline be? A country boy in search of security and freedom questions everything, tests boundaries, and finds a way to deliver security and freedom to all, but it … Continue reading

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These boots are made for walkin’

These Boots Are Made For Walkin’ What type of tracks do you leave? My footprints look much like anyone else’s, they just sometimes go where few if any have gone before. Since realising 43 years ago that indefinite life extension … Continue reading

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Words Matter

Our Words Matter Do you say what you want instead of what you don’t want? I long ago learned that the subconscious cannot work with negatives. It basically works on pictures, and you cannot paint a picture of not something. … Continue reading

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Burnt Sox

Burnt Socks What was the last thing you burned? At Jewelia’s 21st I was in charge of BBQ, and got some charcoal and then couldn’t find any paper to start the fire. So I found a tiny piece of paper, … Continue reading

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Fogiveness

A Heavy Load Has extending forgiveness, or the lack thereof, played a role in your health and wellness? Last evening coming home from Jewelia’s 21st in Wellington we very nearly had a head on collision with a truck overtaking another … Continue reading

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Space between

The Space Between Life happens in the space between. And it’s meant to be savored. Do you give yourself enough space? Space is an interesting idea. The naive version is emptiness, but modern cosmology seems to be telling us that … Continue reading

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Navigation

Shouting Doesn’t Help Navigation Hi Laurie, You and Len have very similar issues to Ailsa and I. Ailsa doesn’t think in 3D. She is an atrocious navigator. I read what you wrote that Len said, and I constructed a 3D … Continue reading

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