The art of the Limit and how not to Succumb

Limit -a point or level beyond which something does not or may not extend or pass. Some people see limitations as boundaries to break past, others see it as prison that they cannot escape. We all have limitations, some physical and the harder ones psychological. They inform us about what we can do and we …

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Teen Wolf – Lies of Omission Doesn’t Ring True

OK I admit it I’ve watched the MTV show Teen Wolf off and on and I was watching Season 5 Episode 9 titled “Lies of Omission” and there was a scene at the end with Stiles and Scott who are best friends that doesn’t ring true to their friendship. It takes place in the rain …

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Transition from OneDrive Windows 8.1 to 10 Screwed My Cloud

So in Windows 8.1 I loved the ability to save files to the cloud within the OneDrive folder and this is great for a table notebook like I have. Then I upgraded to Windows 10 and everything went mad. Basically I only have a 59 GB C drive and prior to upgrading I had copied …

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Possible Roadblocks that make you Give Up

As a child we are told that all things are possible, as a teenager we learn that roadblocks are challenges to overcome, as an adult you are told to get real and give up on those dreams, don’t dream big, be realistic not idealistic. I got to the point where my world shrunk, where the …

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Finding a way to unlock the chains and find my future

Our experiences are the lens from which we interpret the world, intelligence gives the ability to question, learn and comprehend and our emotions gives our lives meaning. If you could experience life without feeling then why would anything you do matter? What would motivate you every day? And how would you make decisions? What we …

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A writing exercise on Pai, describing the feel of this moment

After taking a long road,whose only consistency is the sheer number of deft turns that are so numerous that you lose count of them within minutes you have no idea where you are going. At every turn you can see the forest and hills that surround the region and seem to go on and on …

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You don’t have to walk the path alone

I was heading into town for dinner when I saw a few of the guys but instead of stopping when they called at me I just kept on going. It was a stark reminder of how I keep myself segregated from most people. There are a few reasons for this, one of them is that …

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Giving the possibility a voice

I knew nothing about the world when I started and only know a little bit more in the 2 years I’ve been abroad. It’s been almost 9 years since I moved away from home to Toronto, Ontario spending years trying to find my way. I left Canada in 2013 and have been on the road …

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Reclaiming the Beginning

I could hear the birds begin to sing, the dark giving way to the haze of the early day and the mist over the hills rolling through the hills in the distance. It was through the in-betweens of the wooden planks that make up the walls of my bungalow where I could see the night …

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Budget, Generosity and Selfishness

Today at the gym I was told off by someone when we were going to get food for taking too much and being selfish and he was right. I was being selfish and for that I am sorry. People have been so generous with me I should show the same courtesy as they do. I …

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