God Has Not Forgotten

God has not forgottenGod has not forgotten: words so simple, yet so profound…

God has not forgotten (x 4)

If He said that He would do it, it will come to pass

God has not forgotten (x 2)

He knows our names!

This one has been sitting on my note pad since February 18, 2010 – better late than never…

When the words for this blog started coming to me on my way to work this morning, it started out as “Heartbreak”...

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Managing Post-Retirement Risks – A Guide to Retirement Planning

managing post-retirement risks

Managing post-retirement risks: We live in an era marked by periods of economic uncertainty and volatility…

[The following is an excerpt from the paper “Managing Post-Retirement Risks – A Guide to Retirement Planning” published by the Society of Actuaries (2008).  The paper in its entirety may be found here: Managing Post-Retirement Risks]

… At the same time increased responsibility has shifted ...

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We Are The World 25 For Haiti

From: wearetheworld | 12 February 2010

Recorded on February 1st, 2010, in the same studio as the original 25 years earlier (Henson Recording Studios, formerly A&M Recording Studios) “We Are The World 25 For Haiti”, in which Jones and Richie serve as executive producers and producers, was created in collaboration with executive producers Wyclef Jean, Randy Phillips and Peter Tortorici; producers H...

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Tyre Safety

tyre safety

I must admit, all that writing on my car tyres was greek to me, and unfortunately, they never taught me greek in school.

Thanks Yaneque for sharing this one – rather handy information (click on the “Tyre Saftey” link below).

So now when my dad tells me that my car tyres need changing, I’ll have more to say than the usual – “Oh ok Daddy, if you say so...

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The Story of Bob Green

No matter who we are, no matter how wealthy or not so wealthy, beat down, sadden, depressed or just out of it we are, one thing we ALL have in common is that we all MUST eat.

The person that I’m writing about may be no Butch Stewart, Warren Buffet, Donald Trump, or Bill Gates...

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Earthquake survival: ‘TRIANGLE OF LIFE’

I originally got this from a friend via e-mail (thanks Sheldene).  I did some research, and here is what I found.

Theory (in brief)

When buildings collapse, the weight of the ceilings falling upon the objects or furniture inside tends to crush them, however,  the height of the object that remains acts as a kind of sloping roof beam over the space...

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Goal Setting – Part 2

How to set your 2010 goals

Step 1

Look yourself in the mirror and ask yourself the following question (and answer honestly):

What held me back in 2009?

For example:  self doubt, procrastination, sickness

Define the areas of your life that you would like to set goals for.  For example:  career, family life.

Identify in no uncertain terms your ultimate goal in each area, and determine how much yo...

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Goal Setting – Part 1

What is a goal?

A goal is a ‘dream or want’ with a deadline.  Goals are the stepping stones to achieving what we desire.

Catherine Pulsifer said: “For me, goals are my road map to the life I want.  They have helped me accomplish things I once thought were impossible.”

Why set goals?

Goal setting is the core of existence that defines life (Joanne Bonomi)...

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Her Psychic Prison

"I am free, praise the Lord I'm free. I'm no longer bound, no more chains holding me. My soul is resting it's just a blessing. Praise the Lord, alleluia I'm free!" Read More