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The red pill or the blue pill… there is always a choice

‘In order to come to your senses you have to first go out of your mind’

I have 2 blogs to write about the red pill and the blue pill… 2 different perspectives, both of which have helped me to gain better perspective in my own life and I hope they will have an impact on you too… 559 more words


Three Words, Eight Letters

Grief is a solitary journey. No one but you knows how great the hurt is. No one but you can know the gaping hole left in your life when someone you know has died. 366 more words

Resilience rules! And Purpose is driving it.

“It is not the strongest of the species that survive, nor the most intelligent, but the one that is most responsive to change.”- Charles Darwin… 1,539 more words

My Thoughts

Highs and Lows: So It Goes

I’ve recently realized that it is much too easy to be reactive, rather than proactive. Most people (or at least me anyway, and that’s who matters) have some general idea of how each day will unfold, or at the very least, the basic direction that their lives are headed. 1,004 more words


Happy belated Earth Day. Today I’m in a bit of a spring swoon. I fall in love with the world this time of year. I find myself looking more closely than usual, feeling wonder and deep gratitude. 380 more words


Zurich Studie : Die 7 Gross-Risiken im Cyberspace



Nicht nur Banken sind systemrelevant: Die IT-Vernetzung schafft Gefahren, von denen nicht einmal die Experten etwas ahnen. Die Zurich-Gruppe veröffentlicht nun eine ernsthafte Warnung. 119 more words

Intelligence Economique

Quote for Today: Antoine de Saint-Exupéry

Life always bursts the boundaries of formulas. Defeat may prove to have been the only path to resurrection, despite its ugliness. I take it for granted that to create a tree I condemn a seed to rot. 38 more words

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