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First World Whining

Greetings my gentle readers to another installment of the “Be Yourself, Often” blog. A time when we can step back and reflect on the moments that are and the week that was and reflect and wonder about the footprints in the sand that we have made on the beach of …

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Eulogy from my father’s service

I had the opportunity and honour to deliver Last Rites and also the eulogy at my fathers funeral on July 14/2012. Maybe the words of live, light and peace and Divine Blessings may help others as we are alive to be brighter Lights for ourselves and others. RIP Cst/Deputy Chief …

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Eulogy from my father's service

I had the opportunity and honour to deliver Last Rites and also the eulogy at my fathers funeral on July 14/2012. Maybe the words of live, light and peace and Divine Blessings may help others as we are alive to be brighter Lights for ourselves and others. RIP Cst/Deputy Chief …

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Choosing to be Single

Choosing to be single Why are so many people choosing to be single these days? Why is it that the single population is growing steadily? Why is it that the dating sites are making millions each year? We come from a place of love and light. We come here to …

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Dug Down Deep

This is one of those books about “the basics” of Christianity that challenges readers to slow down and really think. I found myself not only bookmarking where I left off each day, but also several pages that contained quotes I want to remember. For those who think theology and doctrine …

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Lesser of two evils

When was the last time you bought a vehicle? Did you buy it from a dealership, a used car dealer, off the internet or from someone who lives down the road? What made you decide that this vehicle was the one you wanted? I expect you checked out the features, …

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Have You Spoken to Me Lately??

Hello, I am your guardian angel, your gift from God (whatever your idea of God is). I have been with you long before you came to this earth plane. I spend my days trying to get your attention, my job is to guide you through your journey here, but I …

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Market 1 Food Industry 0

Submitted by Peter Atkinson Hi All, It turns out that someone on our street works for one of the big food distribution warehouses up in London. Last week I dropped by in the wee small hours to see what it was like. The bottom line is that it made me …

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Did the earth move for you too?

(It seems our elephant mascot is still shaken up, maybe a nice pepermint tea will calm his nerves.) At approximately 1:45 pm today aftershocks from a 5.0 magnitude earthquake that hit the Ottawa region could be felt in the St.Thomas area. People at home and at work reported feeling the …

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Book Review – Raising Atlantis – Thomas Greanis

Earthquakes in Antarctica draws the attention of the US Military, the Vatican and even some terrorists. What they find is a huge pyramid buried under the thick ice. What lies within the pyramid could answer every question about the birth of humans, but it might also wipe out every human …

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Book Review – Black Ice – Matt Dickinson

From the Publisher Antarctica is the coldest place on earth, and it’s where Lauren Burgess makes a scientific discovery that will transform human life. But then a strange SOS from the frozen wasteland puts everything at risk. A rescue has been mounted through the toughest landscape in the world to …

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Book Review – The Burglar on the Prowl – Lawrence Block

From the Publisher Acclaimed New York Times bestselling author Lawrence Block returns with one of his most inspired and popular characters: the extraordinary Bernie Rhodenbarr. Sophisticated yet down-to-earth, philosophical yet practical, Bernie is a gentleman who knows and loves his territory, the gloriously diverse and electric streets of Manhattan. He …

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Book Review – Excavation – James Rollins

From the Publisher The South American Jungle Guards Many Secrets… and a remarkable site nestled between two towering Andean peaks, hidden from human eyes for thousands years. Dig Deeper… through layers of rock and mystery, through centuries of dark, forgotten legends. Into Ancient Catacombs… where ingenious traps have been laid …

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Book Review – The Devils Teardrop – Jeffery Deaver

From the Publisher New Year”s Eve, 1999. After an early morning machine-gun attack by a madman man called the Digger leaves dozens dead in the Washington, D.C. subway, the mayor”s office receives a message demanding twenty million dollars by midnight or more innocents will die. With the ransom note as …

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