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Coming Out of the Closet

Each of us, as we grew up, probably had a place – whether real or imaginary – to which we went when we felt scared or threatened or terrified – somewhere we felt protected and safe. And for some of … Continue reading

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Reality Check

Recently, my sister and I spoke about a post which she had read on Linkedin. ‘NO AUTHORITY IS HIGHER THAN REALITY. Truth isn’t a matter of your personal viewpoint. Learn to see things as they really are, not as you imagine … Continue reading

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Change and Transformation

Consider the concept of ‘change’. Change can be evolutionary – a slow process which happens over time – something which happens from outside of me and which I must learn to accommodate.  Yet that doesn’t feel like what happens for … Continue reading

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