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All aboard the crazy train

It’s day four of Lover’s sobriety. This week I’ve gained a greater understanding of the burden he is carrying and how it has triggered his drinking disease. 383 more words

Bipolar Ride

Philosopher of the week: The Buddha

Who was he: Before being known as the Buddha he was Siddhartha Gautama, he was born in modern day Nepal around 560 BCE. His father was very rich, thus Gautama enjoyed a life of luxury and high status. 188 more words

Depression

Ruminating

You know…

It isn’t your feet of clay that depress me and have turned passion to pity

Not that at all, once beloved of my youth… 111 more words

Personal Thoughts

NOBILITY

Proverbs 31: 10-31 has been titled, “The Wife of a Noble Character.”    Why not the title, “The Fool’s Wife?” or “The Wise Wife”?   Depending on what kind of man you are, determines the kind of spouse you will end up with.   359 more words

‘I’

The more you think about your own self, the more self-centred you are, the more trouble even small problems can create in your mind. The stronger your sense of ‘I’, the narrower the scope of your thinking becomes; then even small obstacles become unbearable. 24 more words

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Disingenuous Leadership

They come in many shapes and forms! On this occasion I am talking about the leader who preys on the ignorance of the people to position themselves as being a central player in a team or theme that they have previously shown very little interest at all! 160 more words

Leadership Insights

Getting out of trouble | © Fola Daniel Adelesi

There are moments when we find ourselves in troubles we never bargained for. Well, there is hardly anyone who bargains for troubles except that we often make choices that come with the kinds of consequences we may not like. 577 more words

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