Category Archives: insight

Angels – beautiful and radient beings or not?

Being dyslexia has it’s challenges. Which is why I’m asking myself which is the right spelling – Angle or Angel?  It’s so frustrating not being able to tap into, like those I’d like to be more like can, an unconscious … Continue reading

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“THIS HAS NOTHING TO DO WITH YOU !! …but getting what you want most certainly is.

Wanting to be successful… being good at what you do… is that something you want? Of course it is. And ‘Hand it to me on a plate” would be the perfect solution wouldn’t it just? Sorry: ‘no can do’. Worse … Continue reading

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“It’s been a long long time?”

They say ‘Absence makes the heart grow fonder’. But does it really? I’ve been away… floated… drifted…  I’m aware that for those 100 followers who have hung in there… waiting patiently… there has been nothing new to read for quite … Continue reading

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No one can hurt me without my permission

‘No one can hurt me without my permission’ is a quote from Mahatma Gandhi. It’s an insight that can help to shift perspective; to stop feeling hurt when working round problems, difficulties and conflicts. Now keeping this quote of Gandhi’s  in … Continue reading

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“Certainty? In this world nothing is certain but death and taxes.” Benjamin Franklin

What certainty do we have that self-help books work? I have been flipping through one such book called ‘Awaken the Giant Within’ by Anthony Robbins. It’s a fairly taxing read, and contrary to the author’s intentions could be the death … Continue reading

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‘Its not for me to reason why, it is for me to dare and die’ (Part 3 of 3)

So perhaps you are right and writing won’t prove to be my vocation in life; my life’s true purpose. But maybe this was never the intention. Certainly what I have gained are new insights, illustrated in ‘Alice Wakes Up’, that have … Continue reading

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‘Its not for me to reason why, it is for me to dare and die’ (Part 1 of 3)

This is how I picture it… I’m waiting over here and you’ve walked in through the door. I’m so pleased you came. I’m debating whether you picked up my invite or, by the look on your face, it’s more likely that you dropped in by … Continue reading

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Just Purr-fect… Getting where you want to be

I’ve made a new friend. It’s a cat. Her cute face came to the patio door and looked in at me with big appealing eyes. I could well understand the rationale, if there was any, for why she might be standing there trying … Continue reading

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A proposition – How to mutually reduce Job strain

I was flicking through a magazine today called the’ Safety & Health Practitioner’. Not the most exciting of reads for most, but alas Health and Safety is something I do for a day job and keeping up to date is important. … Continue reading

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Nothing Personal

It’s dark and foggy out this morning. Rolling out of bed and peeping through the curtains to see what the day was promising, I discovered it shrouded in a dense blanket of fog; the light from the street lamps reduced to more like airport … Continue reading

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