Tag Archives: negative consequences

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?” ☺ Advertisements

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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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Experts.

As an example: The Pope makes a pronouncement or states something important and so-called experts state, “I think he means . . .” or “He means . . . “ without having access to him or his mind. The opinion … Continue reading

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The immediate future of life on Earth.

In the case of the majority of us the preoccupation with things of little consequence distances them from the catastrophic climatic changes ahead, often affecting their descendants more than themselves, so much so that the sober predictions and warnings of … Continue reading

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Investment and interest rates.

It seems incredible that so many people rush to make huge investments in real estate when interests rates drop apparently unaware that it is normal for these rates to increase – at times significantly. ☺

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Theory.

Theory is insufficient as a basis for action. As an example we can see in the current appalling state, in Australia at least, of the English language as it is spoken and even written. However, much of the widespread action … Continue reading

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