Category Archives: insight

HAPPY NEW YEAR

Somewhat spaced-out after a stormy farewell to a friend, I drove back from the Blue Mountains on the 30th December, 2014. Barely had I opened the door at home, than my phone rang. ‘Colleen here. How would you like to … Continue reading

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UPANISHADS Vs Universe

I couldn’t decide between these topics, so decided to combine the two: the Upanishads clearly link to the universe, and what better man of the 20th Century to offer a few of his ideas than the renowned scientist and thinker, … Continue reading

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ONLY THE LONELY

In the last thirty years reports of feeling lonely in the US have doubled. In many countries, including Australia, more people live on their own than ever before. The elderly are isolated by illness and frailty, many far from family. … Continue reading

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Molly

molly gives us strength to carry on little girl of four should be the other way around molly’s lost her hair but not her smile there’s this bug inside me   you see have to get rid of it then my … Continue reading

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JASMINE

Diana was finding it difficult coping with her mother’s  yearly visit. Being a harsh disciplinarian with kids was expected, in her day, she thought, but invariably counter-productive. Yet Nana takes it as her duty to help instil manners in her grandchild, … Continue reading

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