Monthly Archives: February 2013

Saluting guns and guards of honour.

Since there is no honour in guns it is time countries discontinued the puerile practice of gun salutes, e.g. the 21 gun salute, and armed guards of honour. ☺

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Secular laws.

In the case of secular laws we have, over centuries, made significant progress towards being a civilized society. However, in many countries these are flouted behind the scenes: behind the facade of justice presented to the world and often boasted … Continue reading

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The constant battle.

The centuries old problem of industry profit at the expense of people and the environment continues unabated to this day . . . . . . . . we do not change, do we? ☺

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Farmers.

We are putting our farmers out of business by not paying them enough for their produce and this is happening when huge food shortages are predicted for the not too distant future. It is essential that we act to stop … Continue reading

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The throw away “civilization”.

Yesterday there was a news item on the ABC that 30% of the food purchased in this country is thrown away in the home – from cupboard, fridge, cooking, plate etc. What an indictment! What goes on in the minds … Continue reading

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Courtesy.

It appears to be that the courtesy “Thank you.” has passed out of the vocabulary and minds of people particularly where small courtesies are concerned. By this I do not mean that one should thank all those who send unsolicited … Continue reading

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The health of the human body.

The human body was designed to be exposed to the elements and derive benefits from them. Consider the lifestyles of the indigenous peoples of the world (with the exception of that of the eskimos where special adaptation is a feature) … Continue reading

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