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The Oldest Calendar: Adam’s Calendar*

The Oldest Calendar: Adam’s Calendar*

As members of global governance play with time making sure we are not ready for a higher purpose, history keeps throwing up conundrums that attempt to correct our understanding of who we are, what we are, and what we were more capable of achieving when we were more connected to the One True Source… 797 more words


Let Sleeping Lions...Sleep.

My daughter Adrienne and I recently visited the lion and rhino park near Krugersdorp, South Africa. The hot, dry air was still and silent. Spring rains had not yet come and the veld was bleached to a pale straw color. 274 more words

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Spot the Humans? - The quiet back-roads to Upington

We headed off with the biggest smiles! These turned back and forth every few minutes into surreal grins as the realisation that the trip had actually started would still take a few days to settle in, no doubt. 663 more words

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South Africa: The beginnings part I

What comes into your mind when you hear the name ‘South Africa’ ?

Nothing ?, Think Again !!

Try Again, what comes into an average person’s mind when they hear, see or write ‘South Africa’ ? 1,062 more words


The Challenges of Low Carbon Urban Development

Mark Borchers from SEA comments on the C40 City Mayors Summit, held in Johannesburg in February.

There are plenty of ideas about low carbon urban development. 327 more words


Engineering Knowledge and Research Program Revisited

Simon Batchelor from Gamos on the potential changes in citizen behaviour over the last decade from some previous research, and how the SAMSET project will help to investigate this. 576 more words


Don't Be a Benchwarmer: Lessons in Engaging with Community Abroad

Hi Education Abroad go-ers, Enkompass visitors!

Depending on the nature of your program you will meet several people, perhaps with names that you struggle to pronounce and others that you dub with a nickname to help trigger your memory about that ridiculous taxi ride back to your guesthouse. 429 more words