Monthly Archives: September 2007

The Good Life

Sep 27th, 2007

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Just what exact­ly is the ‘good life’? The ‘good life’ real­ly comes from a point of view not from hav­ing lots of mate­r­i­al objects. If you val­ue most high­ly the times you spend with your fam­i­ly and friends, I think that’s the ‘good life’. Some peo­ple wait all their lives, until retire­ment, for what they […]

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Losing sight of your children

Sep 26th, 2007

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Nev­er lose sight of your chil­dren! What I mean is – always keep them on your radar. In almost every instance of a child being ‘lost’ either phys­i­cal­ly or psy­cho­log­i­cal­ly one or both par­ents didn’t have them on their radar. Now the obvi­ous phys­i­cal way to ‘lose’ your child can be in a super­mar­ket or […]

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Who am I?

Sep 20th, 2007

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I nev­er think much about who I am. I cer­tain­ly don’t ver­balise it! But the time may be com­ing when I should ver­balise it and have it clear in my mind. As I wrote in my bio, I am a mul­ti­tude of dif­fer­ent peo­ple. I’ve worn lots of hats in my time and I’m con­stant­ly […]

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Teach a child to speak…

Sep 19th, 2007

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I am para­phras­ing the bib­li­cal admo­ni­tion to ‘teach a man to fish and…’ When we don’t con­scious­ly work on teach­ing our chil­dren, any child, to speak we are depriv­ing them of life itself. A child who can speak well can accom­plish more than a child who reads well – I know. I was a child […]

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