Monthly Archives: April 2014

Plan B

From the wisdom of passersby: Life is  all about how you deal with Plan B. And for those flexible adaptors:  

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The Easter Hare

Springtime celebrations are part of many cultural traditions, such as Passover and Easter. Some foods have significance cross-culturally. Eggs may represent the cycle of life. The Easter Bunny bearing eggs is a 300 year old story from northern Europe that stuck like … Continue reading

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words and music

“Annabel” is the title of the book I’m reading, our first book club selection, whose author, Kathleen Winter, I woke up to this morning; she was coincidentally interviewed on CBC radio.  The story:  a hermaphroditic child is raised as a … Continue reading

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The 11th Commandment

Amongst all the do’s and don’ts, the 11th commandment could read: 11.  Be a verb in the world. Which verb, one might ask…   gear down into free will drive, and listen… To everything there is a season, a time for … Continue reading

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The Power in Relationship

     Ohm’s Law According to Wikipedia, the current, I, (amps) through a conductor between two points is directly proportional to the potential difference, V, (volts) across the two points. Introducing the constant of proportionality, the resistance, R, (ohms), one arrives … Continue reading

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Three Strikes You’re Out

My winter beach holiday was a bit of a bust. It started when I missed my outgoing flight, as I set, but forgot to turn on, my alarm clock and woke up to silence, no bells, no radio, no beeps … Continue reading

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