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In search of a calling

In search of a calling

How does one recognise a calling? Is it the activity that you are willing to give as much time, energy and attention to as possible, regardless of what it offers you in return? Or should the sheer pleasure of being involved in the activity be regarded as the main...

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Reassessing our assumptions

Reassessing our assumptions

In this time of reflection, perhaps it would be beneficial to many of us if we could closely scrutinise our assumptions. Some people face unnecessary obstacles in life, because others assume that they are knowledgeable about authenticity. If I see a group of London...

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Waiting for the guru

Waiting for the guru

My guru says.... Maybe it’s because of the way many folks learn to function in the world. Most of us come across role models who want us to remain dependent on following their inclinations, early in life. When we get opportunities to make our own decisions and...

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Benefits of stillness

Benefits of stillness

Stillness is often hard to achieve. Motion is associated with being alive. Perhaps this is a reason why many of us don’t want to feel grounded. But stillness for limited time periods has the potential of being healthy. A lot depends on the mindset of the person in...

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Knowing when to be individualistic

Knowing when to be individualistic

There are times to be individualistic and other times for co-operating with others for the greater goodness of everyone. Most reasonable people will understand and agree with the instructions being given at present, for the maintenance of public health. It is...

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Dancing with biorhythms

Dancing with biorhythms

When I was a mere stripling, I came across information about biorhythms that made me curious. I was especially drawn to the fact that this pseudoscience could help to determine cycles of peaks and troughs in a person’s stamina, health and strength. A lot of people are...

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