Monthly Archives: January 2016

Success

Everyone likes to succeed at their endeavours, but not everyone is able to succeed for a number of reasons. People have varying drives to succeed, with some having little drive and others have a high level of the drive to … Continue reading

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Space – the Final Front Ear

Sorry about the fabricated mondegreen, which obviously references the Star Trek series of films and TV shows. Captain Kirk saw space, or more correctly distance, as a barrier, but it really is one of the factors that determines the structure … Continue reading

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This title is secret

Embed from Getty Images Everyone has secrets. Even a hermit in a cell has secrets, not the least of which is what made him become a hermit. His overt reasons may be plausible, but it is likely that for most … Continue reading

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Friends, Romans and Countrymen

Embed from Getty Images (A little late this week, but this time I have an excuse – my daughter and her partner were staying with us, which makes writing a post difficult). I’m going to write about friendship here, and … Continue reading

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