Month: July 2012

 

Thought for tomorrow

“But he who did not know, yet committed things deserving of stripes, shall be beaten with few. For everyone to whom much is given, from him much will be required; and to whom much has been committed, of him they will ask the more.” –   Luke 12:48 – New KingRead More

George Gamow–not forgotten

I just bought George Gamow’s book ‘One, Two, Three Infinity.’ I had been toying with the idea of buying this book for months. The book is/was important to me. At around the age of 12 – 17, I used to spend many hours after school reading and trying to understandRead More

Like back to the 80s

The Gaslight Anthem does it! I must say this is so reminiscent of another time when punk rock was fashionable. I’m so delighted that the greatest era in music is back. Yep –  amma snapping fingers and bopping all over my floor. LOL. They’ve really worked on their act andRead More

Blast from the past

     

Of paranoia, lethargy and reality

It’s an amazing age of the internet; the greatest time to be alive and to make one’s presence known – but.. but..these are dangerous times!! If you get your image or personal details out there on the internet, bad things will happen to you. People will find you, harass you,Read More

Missy Higgins–amazing voice

I’ve only just discovered Missy Higgins a few days ago. I’m unapologetic – cuz I have so much going on and I don’t have the time that others have to be looking and finding out who’s good and great. Anyways, her voice and style are just great. She makes theRead More

Failures of application

This is about failures to apply what is known, what has been learned and appreciated – and things of that nature. Why is that important to anybody you may ask – and as you are about to move on swiftly to the next webpage or whatever, you must know thatRead More

Strange behaviour of the humans

This is a misanthropic viewpoint. If you don’t like this sort of thing leave now. I often come across people who make decisions about various things.  A few things that are common to poor decision-makers are as follows: Psychological states: In general they are adversely affected by their own psychologicalRead More

The Mind Games Series

I’ve been reflecting on human behaviour for quite some time – 22 years to be precise. In recent months I’ve really been troubled by what I refer to as ‘mind games’. Yes I know Eric Berne has written a book, The Games People Play. I probably read the book overRead More

Thought for tomorrow

“..If you just sit and observe you would see how restless your mind is. If you try to calm it, it only just makes it worse. But in time it does calm. And when it does there is room to hear more subtle things. That’s when your intuition starts toRead More

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