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The Road Less Travelled: Discipline (Part 1 of 4)

“Life is difficult.” Thus begins the popular book ‘The Road Less Travelled’ by M. Scott Peck (1936-2005), an American psychiatrist. First published in 1978, the book’s simple language lends to easy understanding.
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Spirituality Is Personal

Some people have an aversion to words and phrases they perceive as ‘touchy-feely’. These instant reactions act as unconscious filters; automatic ideas or pre-conceptions that get in the way of thinking and inhibit understanding. 301 more words


I Choose You

There was once when I looked in front of me and I saw a crossroad. I looked to God for black and white directions but He kept silent and He told me do not fear, just choose. 274 more words


Oh dear, not again

We had hoped to get into El Questro and the staff had informed me that our van would have no trouble at all and that he road in was great. 192 more words


Boy did we bungle that

We unhook Priscilla at the Bungle Bungles Caravan Park (Mabel Downs Station) and take off down the track to the Purnululu National Park. Fifty three kilometres of bone jarring corrugations, twists, turns and blind rises. 113 more words


Apple Bar, Bilpin

My friend Simon loves the Apple Bar. Every time he drives past down the Bells Line of Road, he has to stop in for a meal. 334 more words

Eating Out

New Lyrics: 008 The Road Less Travelled

Draft till craft
Its a kite
It has my heart
In its frame
Its a sailboat hoisted
In the sky
It holds out dreams
And tells them to heaven… 166 more words

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