Monthly Archives: April 2013

Wednesday 01 May 2013 – You are what you think…

Are we what we think we are? Are we what we say we are? If we believe in the nature of symbolism and understand the complex windings of the mind, perception, interpretation of life, thought, the Universe and our relational … Continue reading

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Monday 29 April 2013 – Being a man

‘Being a man’ is not as simple as one may think. WIthin the context of this culturally cluttered world the article below explores the distinction between being a man and being a child. This being finds itself in virtue, exhibition … Continue reading

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Saturday 27 April 2013 – Going Barefoot

The question of going barefoot often is a question that on the surface may appear to have very little relevance, but in reality may offer insight in to a part of our human condition that is absolutely necessarily… It is … Continue reading

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Thursday 25 April 2013 – The power of love

When we realise the power of love is transformational at an individual and a socio-collective level we may just begin to view the world in a different manner… Our vantage point will determine our beliefs and behaviours. It is these … Continue reading

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Tuesday 23 April 2013 – Boredom

What is boredom…? Seriously should we even have the right to be bored? With all the infinite possibilities that exist in this world, the wonders to learn from, to grow from, to rediscover, to become. The amazing possibilities we can … Continue reading

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Sunday 21 April 2013 – Magic

Absolute magic and within the realm of possibility… Quite simply this is all…

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Friday 19 April 2013 – Automation

An issue that as we move forward as a collective, global community requires attention. If automation continues to outgrow the pace that the economy can reabsorb the jobs lost in this process, what actually happens to our socioeconomic structures? If … Continue reading

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