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When we expect something in our life, what we are really doing is living outside of the present moment. An expectation is an aspect of thinking about the future, which means we are not in the present moment any longer. 633 more words


Class, Thurs, 5/07/2015

Arak Journal 

Responses to Responses [pdf]

Some Controversies in Editing


Handmade - BBC Four

When speaking to Claire in my tutorial, she mentioned about me watching a program on BBC Four about the process of making where the overall process is documented. 167 more words

3rd Year Context Research - Subject & Field


As I have kicked into survival mode I may will not be good at getting back to comments.  Just wanted to let you know I have read them and appreciated them and will respond when I can.

Background Information

Noticing things for yourself

I had noticed that I have been using the blog community as a form of reinforcement or clarity to questions or thoughts I have been having. 278 more words

PHILIP'S BLOG: 5 ways to avoid assumptions

The process of noticing, doubting the meaning we’ve made, questioning to clarify our understanding, recognising the accuracy of our assumptions and then responding based on this information — even if it means admitting we’re wrong — is a discipline. 23 more words

Philip's Blog

Our Response!

“What, then, shall we say in response to these things? If God is for us, who can be against us?” (Romans 8:31 NIV)

As always, when I post something using a selected verse of scripture, I encourage the reader to read the entire passage to maintain the context! 453 more words

Christian Living