Category Archives: Various life philosophies

Continuum

Seems that much of life involves control of negative emotions, while at the same time having the judgement to know when and how to resist darkness. Focused negatives towards another turning to focused negatives towards a group, and then to … Continue reading

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Spared

Comments from another: Nobody gets spared from the challenges of life. Or, if they do, I don’t like them. Something about trial by trial…

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No news is

Neil Remington Abramson commented as follows: I wondered: If I moved to Texada and never heard another word of news, would I miss it? It’ll go on in multiple perambulations through my life, and no doubt through subsequent incarnations, to … Continue reading

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Overend

Building flattened, but some sense of the past challenging the present. Undefeated optimism amidst Smaller in the

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Ordinary

Must have been eight or nine years old, in Saskatoon. Encountered neighbourhood boy born with one arm, and a short stump for the other. Asked him if he ever wished he had two arms. He said he had always been … Continue reading

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Paladin Carousel

Neil Remington Abramson commented as follows: Many cherish many unrighted wrongs. Maybe I do, too. And I am perfectly prepared to forgive, and even repent – win or lose – but only after I’ve done my best, first to stay … Continue reading

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Samurai

In relation to “Knowledge of Self and Other“, Neil Remington Abramson commented as follows: This is what I don’t like about strategic planning, ethically speaking. The total war model requires you logically to behave in ways that eschew forgiveness and … Continue reading

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