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If you hate your job, leave.

The Buddha once said “If you hate your job, leave. If you hate your hate, leave that too”.

I couldn’t help but think about the sentiment of this quote when I read  671 more words

View through glass

Photographing those “little details”, which you might normally miss in a scene, intrigues me as you know.  I think it is because they challenge you to look at something in a new way. 93 more words


Science for Sale: Get Your Very Own Industry-Funded Studies Today!

TRUTHstreammedia, Sep 4, 2014

You can’t open any of these supposedly prestigious journals today and just read something and trust it. First you have to find out who wrote it and then you have to find out who paid that guy and why…


Why saying ‘seven out of ten fastest growing economies are in Africa’ carries no real meaning

Source: African Arguments, by Morten Jerven, August 26, 2014

Before, during and after the US Africa summit one of the most frequently repeated factoids supporting the Africa Rising meme was that ‘seven out of ten fastest growing economies are in Africa.’ In reality this is both a far less accurate and much less impressive statistic than it sounds.   343 more words


Camel's Hump ! / Masters Of Disguise .

My grandmother used to say.”If the camel attempts to see his hump he would definitely break his neck.”

(( It seems the many these days are becoming masters of disguise ,they distort the facts to protect their superior’s failures.Whether they are mainstream reporters,politicians or deceitful reverends instead of planting harmony and unity they are igniting the fire of division ,chaos and racism.They don’t see their humps but they accuse the others for having them. 6 more words

My Thoughts And Ideas In The Journey Of Life

Distorting mirrors

Faced with different people, we choose to portray different sides of ourselves. We want people to see the way we see ourselves in different circumstances. … 119 more words

Food For Thought

Where Are You Looking For Evidence Of God's Goodness?

“If you look for evidence of my goodness in what you see around you and inside you, you will reach a terribly wrong conclusion. You will conclude that sometimes I am good and sometimes I am not. 139 more words

Reflections By Dr. Larry Crabb