I’m sorry if…

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Welcome to the FSAC (For Singles And Couples) BLOG.With regards to some thoughts and recent communications I’ve had, I wanted to share the following in this post.In no particular order. I’m sorry if… * I don’t go along with what Big pharma & the World Harm Organisation are peddling.They all have poor track records supporting … Read more

My response to a Tweet concerning Ethnicity, Xenophobia and Prejudice

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The featured image on this short post, is a screenshot from a Tweet from a friend on Twitter.I’m not sure if that friend has actually read and fully understood my question in my previous post, concerning Whoopi Goldberg, however, this particular friend is a rare gem, as they are one of the few people in … Read more

Why did Whoopi Goldberg need to apologise?

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Last night Lois was reading an article to me about Whoopi Goldberg (Caryn Elaine Johnson) and the outrage caused (in some quarters) by her comments, concerning the Holocaust and the reasons behind it.Before I go any further, I have to inform those who do not know me that I’m not into celebrity worship or being … Read more

The crabs in a bucket mentality and how it negatively affects relationships.

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With regards to our approach on how we live life, there’s a belief that people fit into one of two categories.Those who predominantly ‘do’ and those who predominantly ‘watch’.Doers tend to be busy trying to achieve something ‘unique or different’, to what others around them are doing.Watchers (while doing the normal or ordinary) are ‘usually’ … Read more

The right safari still contains bumps and obstacles

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Salamu na karibu.Greetings and welcome.I hope you are well and looking after your immune system and general health. The background for this post can be found in my posts Exodus to the motherland and Geographical locations.It’s seven months to the day, when the rest of us (barring one) joined up with the three members of … Read more

More on communication

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We were created to be social beings and an essential part of social interaction involves communication.Human beings naturally ‘herd’ into like-minded groups, initially based on nationality, background, language and colour.However, many of us look deeper than surface distinctions, by actually ‘listening’, to the things people say, which highlight how they think.As well as the body … Read more

Consider this – The Vaccine (3of3)

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Previous – Consider this – The Vaccine (part 2 of 3) There are always solutions The best solution to resisting sickness and disease is to try to maintain good health and fitness. I recently shared an account concerning contracting a serious case of food poisoning at the end of January. If my health wasn’t as … Read more

Consider this – The Vaccine (2of3)

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Previous – Consider this – The Vaccine (part 1 of 3) History reveals I’m not an historian, there are obviously some good contemporary historians, sharing unbiased truths, giving specific dates and times in which historical events and incidents occurred. However, In watching the documentaries and doing some additional research. After the 1st world war, where … Read more

Consider this – The Vaccine (1of3)

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As you read this post, I hope you are in good health, especially immune health and you understand the difference between, fitness and health. I commend all the health care workers, who continue to “do their jobs” in the midst of this plandemic. Most have an understanding of the difficulties they face, especially the individuals … Read more

From com to site, the journey continues

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Since my ‘News update post‘ we’ve had the completion of a few important elections world-wide. The election which ‘seemingly’ most of the world has been interested in, has been the US one. I stand by my tweet concerning that election and agree with most of what another Phil has to say on the matter. Making … Read more

Enemies of the Village – Relatives, frienemies and strangers with agendas

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IN CONTEXT Hopefully, you would have already read both ‘part 1’ and ‘part 2’ of the ‘It takes a village’ posts. Reading other posts, such as ‘It’s important to remember’ and ‘Love and colour’, are also relevant, as they give additional understanding for this real-life scenario, to be understood in the correct context. It’s obviously … Read more

Why it takes a village – (Part 2 of 2)

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In part one, I covered some of our personal experiences and history. We take our parental role seriously and we understand that effective parenting and leadership, is about influence and motivation to positive action. Life has those unknown external elements which are beyond our immediate control; they usually occur through the actions of others. However, … Read more