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Like I always do in times like now, I think of my Dad. The man would catastrophically fall into my life every now and again. He is a firm believer in circles and things of a cyclical nature. 523 more words

Creative Writing

Year of the Rooster

Happy New Year! Rather than than write about some of my earlier works, I folded some timely pieces. 2017 is the year of the rooster! Pretty sure everyone knows by now that in Asian countries that years are tracked by the 12 zodiac signs. 56 more words

Capital spending by US corporations could break out in 2017

(Source: www.businessinsider.com)

Capital spending, which slowed sharply this year, may be poised for a rebound in 2017. That could be good news for certain cyclical sectors—provided governments make good on their plans to boost fiscal stimulus. 564 more words

Money Matters

Is Singapore the new sick man of Asia?

(Source: www.straitstimes.com)

On Dec 8, I read in the online publication Asia One a report emanating from Hong Kong about the Singapore economy. The report stated that “morale in Singapore is at rock bottom” and that “some economists call Singapore the new sick man of Asia”. 1,004 more words

Current Affairs

PIMCO: Here are 3 difficult transitions the world will undergo in 2017

(Source: www.businessinsider.com)

Pimco has offered its outlook for 2017 in an environment of political and market uncertainty across the globe.

In “Cyclical Outlook: Into the Unknown… 136 more words

Money Matters

The Redemption Cycle

Reading:                                         Psalm 107                                                               

 (Verses 33-43)

He turned rivers into a desert,
flowing springs into thirsty ground,
and fruitful land into a salt waste,
because of the wickedness of those who lived there.
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Cyclical Planning

Currently we have planned our video, and passed the early filming days. With only a few shots left to film before editing, I can so far say that I personally have actually found working in a bigger group harder, simply because there are so many people to have to work around. 274 more words