Taking the bull by the horns – by Andreas N. Bjørndal


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You can repeat your mistakes again and again or face them and change them. You can postpone again and again or take action. You can suppress again and again or express by opening the closed drawer, getting some fresh air or let the feelings flow.

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Finding the Fountain of Youth – by Annette Rochelle Aben


As I was growing up, I used to hear people say, “Well, you learn something new, every day.” Of course, it generally followed an “ah-ha” moment for them and was a pretty clever way of them owning their humility by admitting they didn’t know everything there was to know. Naturally, I didn’t appreciate any of it until I reached an age when everyone expected I should pretty much know everything. After all, what are people in my age bracket doing on this earth if not to be a reputable source of wisdom and knowledge! How happy was I, now that I had everything all figured out!

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Boxing Champ – by Annette Rochelle Aben


It’s the shortest month of the year yet, there’s so much to be done in February. Don’t you feel that way? I do. I look about and see piles of trash and treasures that need to be dealt with. I see things that I swept out of view to make room for holiday decorations or I have even acquired so many new things, that I truly need to reorganize.

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Playing with holons – by Andreas N. Bjørndal


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A holon is a wholeness and a part of a bigger whole at the same time. You are a holon. Your organs are holons within you. Your health depends on the harmony and cooperation between your organs. It is the higher organisation that you represent that takes care of that.

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How To Make Good Basmati Rice – by Marie Pollnow


Inspired to make good Basmati Rice? Well here ya go …
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1 Cup – Basmati Rice
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1 and 3/4 Cups – Water
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Rinse the rice.  Put the rice in a bowl and pour cold water into it.  Take your fingers and swish the water around.  You will see a cloudy white substance.  This is the starch.  You do not want this in your rice.  I rinse my rice a total of three times, making sure not to lose rice in the sink.

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