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Facing The 44th Foreshadowing: A Warning of Death In Your Life

“Tasks not engaged by 44th, in stone remain, from there, henceforth”

IF THE FAMILY issues, that inevitably arise between parent and offspring, are not mended by the 44th year of the first born child; then they very likely never will be. Continue reading

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On Teen Suicide (An Australian Perspective)

It best not be forgotten that suicide is a top 10 killer in Australia (1a). Age is, of course, the most important risk factor and, as many of you will know, the age bracket most at risk is . . … Continue reading

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~ Strategies for the End of the Journey ~ [EV-I]

When God closes a door, he opens a window. True enough, if there are gays who can marry in your city; outside may be a plague of spiders or a tsunami  – but this piece isn’t about the immutable external … Continue reading

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~ Escape Velocity ~ [EV II]

If only we could all afford psychotherapy all the time, we would all be better off. Luckily, if you have a recognised condition and live in a first world country with a universal healthcare system, you can likely get a … Continue reading

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Student loans Are Expensive.

Student loans are expensive. Don’t get me wrong, I wouldn’t be who I am without them; but I can not help but think that me, and many others, will never pay them off. Let alone use them. And what if … Continue reading

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