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Respect

September 9, 2001 was a tragic day in human history.

More than 3000 innocent human beings were killed in a heinous attack.

Today, tomorrow, and in the future we should remember that dark day.

No society should encourage or tolerate actions that result in harming other human beings for religious, political, personal or any other reasons.

We as humans have the capacity to make conscious decisions. One prime driving force in all our actions should be to respect and show tolerance towards others.

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Keep On Moving

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“Life is like riding a bicycle.
To keep your balance,
you must keep moving.”

Albert Einstein


Another adventure comes to an end: Winter in Yellowstone.

Time to head for a new frontier…

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Winter Sun

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Winter Sun, Puntilla Lake, Alaska

A year indoors is a journey
along a paper calendar.

A year in outer nature is the
accomplishment of a tremendous ritual.

Henry Beston


Almost 100 years ago Henry Beston spent a whole year in a remote Cape Cod cabin and wrote the The Outermost House. He simply observed and described the change of seasons to an audience that could not afford or endure the hardship and solitude of such an endeavour.

“The world today is sick to its thin blood for the lack of elemental things, for fire before the hands, for water, for air, for the dear earth itself underfoot.”

Even more true today. A great read.

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01/17 – Unsettled

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How was your first month of the new year?

Everything just peachy? Great!

Or was it more like a “like a mad, insane sprint in tight circles spiraling around and down the toilet bowl”, as Keir J. Beadling describes it in his fitting piece “Stop the world – I want to get off”?


“… like a mad, insane sprint in tight circles spiraling around and down the toilet bowl”


It’s been a rather turbulent month. The climate turned downright frosty towards the end, although that did not prevent some folks from walking the streets. Rapidly changing conditions resulted in slippery conditions with travel delays and cancellations. Unfortunately there appears to be no improvement of conditions in the near-term future. Some forecasters predict this unsettling weather may last 2-4 years…

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