Tag Archives: choice

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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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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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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Goodness and evil.

When goodness is pitted against evil it is at a disadvantage because it is restricted by itself whilst evil is unrestricted by itself. However, goodness prevails because of its quality. ☺

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Environment protection.

There are big demonstrations against Russia searching/drilling for oil in the arctic ocean but how many of those protesting have minimised their use of petroleum and plastics? ☺

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