Category Archives: philosophy

A matter of what is, what might be and what could be.

Permanent mental and physical illness.

Is “mentally disadvantaged” and “physically disadvantaged” the correct or most suitable term for those of us permanently afflicted with mental and/or physical illness? Would not “mentally impedimented” or “physical impedimented” be more correct and acceptable? The reason for this question … Continue reading

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Communication breakdown.

The challenge of clear communication. Since it seems that the old standard of the written word, and, therefore, the spoken word, the text of books now having been widely superseded by that of texting we have a challenge to re-establish … Continue reading

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The Edgar Cayce readings.

These readings, whose source was not the mind or an intellectual one, mentioned numerous crucial facts decades before humans became aware of them and acted upon some or became aware of them through science. Examples are: the benefit of bi-carbonate … Continue reading

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Service or greed?

In charging for a product or service these days it far too often seems that the criterion is, “How much can I make?’ instead of, “How much is fair?” ☺

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Winning.

Where self-worth is dependant on winning there is weakness of character. ☺

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Skyscrapers.

The higher they go the less we have our feet on the ground. ☺

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Communication – language. (4)

Heard on a wildlife TV program, ‘A wart hog can run forty kilometres per hour.’ So, was she referring to endurance or speed? ☺

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