Monthly Archives: October 2013

Namaste – the meaning.

As I see it, this is the true, or fundamental, meaning of the word and the gesture: 1. Namaste an ancient Sanskrit greeting still in everyday use in India and especially on the trail in the Nepal Himalaya. Translated roughly, it … Continue reading

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An email exchange.

Friend 1. I am now in the exit lounge. Friend 2. Are you exiting life in comfort? Isn’t that what an exit lounge is?

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Lateral thinking.

At a supermarket a shopper buys a newspaper just to get the TV guide. Later, he extracts guide and disposes of the rest. Another shopper buys a newspaper just to get the TV guide, extracts it and leaves the rest at … Continue reading

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The caring dental prostethist.

Yesterday I left my cycle helmet behind when I left my dental prosthetist and hurried back hoping to catch him before he left. He had got my address from his records and was going to drop the helmet off at … Continue reading

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NOTICE.

  I have been posting here for a long time with the intention that some posts, at least, would change the direction of aspiration of  a few readers. I have also not been too pleased that the majority of the … Continue reading

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