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

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

Crabs in a bucket

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

Leaps of faith and the thing about money

Leap of faith

My good friend and best man Lucas Langdon (who died in 2016) would always say, “There’s money out there Phil” and would go on to comment on how some waste it, others spend it wisely, while many hold onto their excess, as if their life depended on it, unwilling to share and help others.Lucas was … 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

Consider this – Lockdowns

Lockdowns

In the vaccine post, I mentioned the inconsistency of using lockdowns as means of keeping the people “safe”. As I write this, many countries who decided to impose a pseudo (albeit loose) home imprisonment system, are coming out of lockdown. Coincidentally (especially within seasonal countries) the end of lockdowns are occurring in Spring, coinciding with … 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)

It Takes a Village

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

The failure of the ‘type’

Human beings can be both fascinating and frustrating in equal measure, most are able to exercise our rights of ‘choice’, sometimes to our own detriment. On one hand, we have an ability to learn from mistakes, however, on the other, some repeatedly make intentional bad choices. People who are emotionally and mentally balanced, would consider … Read more

You know you’re ready

So you’re single and secure, you don’t have any baggage, you refuse to settle, you utilise your time constructively, you’re holistically developing yourself, you’ve acknowledged that you are in the 2nd state of being single, you have an understanding of what constitutes as real riches and you have the correct perspective of love and colour, … Read more