Me, Myself & I – Alienated, Isolated & Liberated

September 27, 2012 1:15 pm2 comments
Me, Myself & I – Alienated, Isolated & Liberated

What do you see, when you look at me? At times, people only see a chair with four wheels. Wheels that I use in replacement for my legs. So, if you think about it, I’m just like you. The only distinction is we walk differently. This is the story of […]

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Guidelines created for Malaysian parents to see if their children could be gay

September 21, 2012 7:49 pm0 comments
Guidelines created for Malaysian parents to see if their children could be gay

At a seminar in Penang, guidelines were made known by a parents and teachers group as to what to look out for to see if your child is gay or lesbian. Even more astounding, these stereotypical claims were reputably backed by Tan Sri Muhyiddin Yassinmen, the country’s Minister of Education […]

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Why should we not be offended?

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Why should we not be offended?

Who, in their sane and proper mental condition, thinks to celebrate the loss of innocent lives? A death is not a celebratory occasion for normal people, especially not the death of the blameless at the hands of crazed fanatics. Yesterday saw the deaths of the US ambassador to Libya, as […]

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If You Don’t Like Chick-fil-A, I Recommend Bojangles.

August 6, 2012 12:11 pm0 comments
If You Don’t Like Chick-fil-A, I Recommend Bojangles.

Ever since it was created, Chick-fil-A has upheld traditional Christian Principles, including observing Sunday as a day of rest, and donating to multiple Christian organizations such as Focus on the Family.  The reason for the recent uproar is because Dan Cathy (Son of Chick-fil-A’s founder, Truett Cathy) was being interviewed […]

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Talking Yourself Happy: Affirmations and How They Work

July 24, 2012 1:54 pm0 comments
Talking Yourself Happy: Affirmations and How They Work

With today’s constant quest for happiness, affirmations appear to have proudly taken a seat at the table of personal change. A quick scan on Amazon reveals in excess of 11,700 publications on the topic available, with Louise L. Hay topping the best seller lists with a whopping 27 published books […]

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Control Your Happiness; Avoid Negative Blame

July 10, 2012 11:49 am0 comments
Control Your Happiness; Avoid Negative Blame

We’re all guilty of thinking about the past. For many people some memories are hard to erase, especially those which define who we are today. When something triggers a moment of low self-esteem, our thoughts revolve around the hours sat weighing up pros and cons or being too afraid to […]

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Two Works of Fiction: ‘My Friend’ and ‘Heaven’

July 9, 2012 10:42 am0 comments

Two brief pieces of fiction with  a theme of family. My Friend Walks alongside me Always interested Needs me Loves me Tells like it is Innocent in thought Copying ways Perfect in all 2.5 feet tall 1095 Days Sunrise to Sunset My son, my friend Heaven ‘Yes darling, God made […]

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Can Low Self-Esteem Be Improved?

July 7, 2012 9:07 pm0 comments
Can Low Self-Esteem Be Improved?

In today’s society we seem to place a great deal of importance on individuals appearing confident and with high levels of self-esteem.  Just look around at our most successful role models, from politicians to actors to athletes.  All frequently appear in the public eye and seem to ooze self-confidence during […]

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