Life is a gamble, let’s face it. We come into this world from who knows where, via our mother, and we are tasked with surviving and thriving for as long as we can.  Families help as much as they can, some more than others, but we ultimately must walk the talk ourselves. Illnesses abound throughout […]

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I read a very good business book many years ago, called the E Myth, and no, it did not have anything to do with recreational drugs. Rather, it was all about the mythlogising in modern life of the dream to own and run your own business. The book broke down the qualities needed to be […]

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A person with high intellectual quotient (IQ) does not automatically mean that he/she is a wise person. As the popular adage puts it, “ From experiences comes wisdom.” One has to experience life’s pleasure first before being well-rounded about life itself. Wisdom comes with age, too. The Telegraph reported that older people come up with […]

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The idea behind archetypes was conceptualised when Carl Jung was developing the human psyche theory. An archetype is described as a collectively-inherited unconscious idea or pattern of thought and whatnot, which exists invariably in everyone’s persona. In addition, it is believed that once discovered, archetypes will help you get to know yourself more and also […]

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My friends, Tony Abbott has gagged the media over asylum seekers. He has gagged the reporting of animal cruelty on farms and abattoirs and he has now gagged detention centre workers from reporting any human rights and or child abuse. Yes, it is now a jailable offence to report the abuse of children in a […]

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A new initiative called HEARsmart is making Australians more aware of their dangerous leisure noise exposure – things like seeing a band play live or listening to music on an iPod. Launched late in 2014, HEARsmart promotes smarter hearing habits through its simple message: Understand your risk from exposure to loud sounds and take action […]

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