Monthly Archives: October 2013

Seth’s Blog : Does anger follow the laws of thermodynamics?

Seth Godin’s thoughts on anger, it is not too bad, but unlike him, I do see some value in anger in that we can thank them for their expression and then help redirect it into a more constructive contribution. Does anger … Continue reading

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Growing Apart

I was wondering, today, if couples in relationships ever fear growing apart, in effect have a fear of growing? Although this term “…we grew apart” can be a bit/lot of a cliche there may be some real meaning or truth … Continue reading

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Rocket Science

“It’s not rocket science…” was the quote from Max, a guy I spoke/conversed with last night about the number one method that I think we humans use to increase awareness and understanding of a subject ie using conversation to convert. I … Continue reading

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Letter to Lara Giddings Premier of Tasmania

My letter to Lara Giddings Premier of Tasmania (on the subject of the new euthanasia bill proposed for Tasmania) Hi Lara; When they argue that the medical staff should not HAVE to help people die,why not simply say that the … Continue reading

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Discussion on Short Tempered Reaction on Facebook

This is my response to this image posted on Nat’s Facebook that was considered funny and light hearted. Cat: oh yeah!!! Hearing ya!! Desmond Sherlock: I think there will come a time when we will realise that anger is as … Continue reading

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I Love Possibilities

People seem to turn me off when they continue to offer their possibilities as facts & I seem to turn people off when I continue to offer their facts as possibilities. So we both seem to be happy at least … Continue reading

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To be Seduced or to Seduce, that is the Question?

Now that all genders are supposedly equal the question that I think is very important is who should seduce whom? I find it very difficult to get anyone to buy into this conversation, with most preferring to either put it … Continue reading

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