People matter. But then you know that. In fact, everybody knows that. Yet, strangely, many don’t show it. Read the rest of this entry »
Archive for December, 2013
What we do only adds to our inherent worth.
Rather than try to hide it (or make mock diversity), celebrating variety is great.
Everywhere you go things are done differently. Being in Bangkok for our first “annual” holiday in 4 years reminds me of that. For wherever you remain, you fall into thinking that your way is right. Read the rest of this entry »
If you are good, Santa Kit will give you cat crackers.
Snow or shimmering heat, it’s still Christmas. Be it a somber tall conifer or brightly lit eucalypt, it’s Christmas here, there, and pretty much everywhere (wherever and whenever people choose to celebrate it). Read the rest of this entry »
I've lost my remote control.
Call it the telly, TV, television, or goggle box. For Aussies they all mean the same thing. Yet whatever you all it, television has found its way into our lives in an extraordinary way. Read the rest of this entry »
What if you really could live in good health for an extra four decades?
Imagine being young for almost all your long life? That could be the future if new research on reversing the ageing process proves fruitful. Read the rest of this entry »
Happy, happy Christmas (but not for everyone).
You know, it’s okay if you’re not that happy this time of year. What with all the pressure that goes with it, some people find Christmas overwhelming. Read the rest of this entry »
Kindness is amazingly underrated.
It’s good to remind yourself about the wonder of kindness and it is my hope and prayer that some of these qotes will touch you too: Read the rest of this entry »
Think of what people can do, not what they can't.
Everyone has a disability, whether we know it or not.
Even the most able-bodied athlete has something that isn’t functioning completely. Likewise, models who are at the top of their game are beset with limitations of one kind or another. Read the rest of this entry »
Work demands a lot from you.
Work, work, work! It never stops. You’ve got more to do than you know how to. Yet, the more you do, it seems the more there is to be done. Read the rest of this entry »