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Which prism are you using?

Which prism are you using?

There isn't only one prism for people watching. Sensibilities come in various shades and permutations. Even the most urbane person cannot identify everything. Some folks turn up, thinking they have the power to shape the cultural flow to suit their own tastes and...

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Purposes of power and influence

Purposes of power and influence

It's only human to dream of having power to make decisions. Maturation should shed light on nuanced perspectives about this. Children struggle to understand the trauma and pain of evils such as slavery. One can use words to paint pictures, but it is hard to take them...

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The residue after the farewells

The residue after the farewells

Some farewells are sudden, some are slow and barely perceptible, others have a medium paced tempo. The impact of a short, sharp separation might elicit a different emotional response to that of a slow distancing dance. Reflection about mutual influences and what one...

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Things I choose to practise

Things I choose to practise

I often feel pangs of guilt when I make definitive choices about what to practise. After all, the canons of the cultures I identify with have vast expanses of content and material. Inner promptings tell me when to move on from specific genres, then I mourn for the...

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About cutting to the chase

About cutting to the chase

Some folks are lucky enough to be well aligned with the path of the chase that drives them. Others need to learn to trust their instincts after being distracted or led astray. Identification of purpose is a key factor to be considered. Well meaning souls don't...

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Traces of who we are

Traces of who we are

Is anyone taking an active interest in archiving traces? Customs, traditions and other practices morph from generation to generation. Acknowledging lives that matter ought to encompass time in the broadest sense, Access and opportunities are exciting, but are only...

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