…in her words: "Don’t prioritise your looks my friend, as they won’t last the journey. Your sense of humour though, will only get better with age. Your…
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While spending time in Bangkok, Thailand, many years ago I had the pleasure of visiting “The Reclining Buddha” at Wat Pho Temple. This is a sight to…
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Today marks the one year anniversary of the release of the hardback version of my critically acclaimed book "Quantum of Justice"! In honor of this, the…
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I begin my mornings reading Heather Cox Richardson’s blog. Her insight and use of critical thinking is a breath of fresh air for me. Today she discussed…
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Long ago I bought a ticket to a place I’d never been long ago I saw a vision of a life that I’d never lived but of all the things that I have said and…
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I spent a lovely time with my wife this past Memorial Day holiday weekend, despite with things around the world at the edge of chaos. There were garage…
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Ring the Division Bell Torn apart, division deep We want to heal but we let it steep Where there is love In lies the strength Yea, oh No challenges we…
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Can We Dance Visions enter my thoughts at random the stillness fades with a wild abandon you sense my touch as you touch my senses without a word begins…
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At lunch I decided that I am having a “Beach Reading” Book Club sale for my acclaimed book ‘Quantum of Justice - The Fraud of Foreclosure and the…
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Rene Descartes, the 16th century French born philosopher claimed that our senses were deemed unreliable. To further demonstrate the limitations of the…
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Life, what is it good for? I’ve been thinking about it a lot today because today is my birthday. I believe we enter into this 3D world of illusion, in…
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You Can't Handle the TruthListen now (12 min) | “We live in an open cage where truth is now manufactured just as easy as our perceived freedoms.” - Douglas J Boggs NOTE: Jack…
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