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Living with the Coronavirus…

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Another challenging perspective from Graham Le Sar… “Don’t count the days… Make the days count!” – Mohammed Ali On Friday 17th April we all expected to be out and about again: visiting friends and family; getting back into the gym; walking the dog; going to the shops; driving to an out of town fun spot…
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Covid-19: We can still win this…

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Another challenging perspective from Graham Le Sar… “Winners are not people who never fail… they are people who never quit!” – Unknown Just before this last Weekend, South Africans received the news that we must stay at home for a further two weeks as Cyril Ramaphosa extended our Covid-19 Lockdown to the end of April. The…
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Corona Virus: What to expect next…

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Another challenging perspective from Graham Le Sar… “If we do what we do without panicking, we can accomplish great things” – Tony Dungy As we live through the halfway mark of our Corona Virus / Covid-19 lockdown South Africans are beginning accept the threat from the virus to our health, our jobs and businesses, our…
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Who is in charge: You or the Corona Virus…

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Another challenging perspective from Graham Le Sar… “Worry is like a rocking chair: It gives you something to do but never gets you anywhere” – Erma Bombeck If you are like most South Africans you are probably feeling as if your world has been turned upside down. South Africa and most of the world are…
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But what if you could have anything you wanted…

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Another challenging perspective from Graham Le Sar… “Pessimist – one who, when he has the choice of two evils, chooses both” – Oscar Wilde Imagine a restaurant. A great Cosmic restaurant in the sky. A magical place where anything and everything your heart desires is on the menu. The decor is pleasing; the ambience is…
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You have either got it or you haven’t…

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Another challenging perspective from Graham Le Sar… “Entrepreneur: a person who attempts to profit by risk and initiative.”- Collins Concise Dictionary The myth: get a good education, so that you can get a good job, so that you can eventually retire with a good pension. This formula may have worked for previous generations but is…
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This is how the average South African lives…

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Another challenging perspective from Graham Le Sar… “Two men look out through the same bars, one sees mud, the other sees stars” – Ogden Nash Many South Africans around me seem stuck in a survival spiral, circling the drain in a swirl of dirty greasy dishwater, just going through the motions and hoping that something…
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How many promises have you broken?

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Another challenging perspective from Graham Le Sar… “A promise made is a debt unpaid and the trail has its own stern code” – Robert Service “It’s my Birthday tomorrow – I’ll be thirty five” she tells me looking about as excited as if she had pronounced herself terminally ill. “Happy Birthday” I replied. “No, not…
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Aggghh man!… NO!!! What else can go wrong?

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Aggghh man!… NO!!! What else can go wrong? First the lawnmower dies on me; then the fridge packs up; then the geyser blows; you can’t rely on the electricity; petrol goes up again next week… another 34c per liter and now, to crown it all some guy in his 4×4 rear ends me on the…
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What would you be doing instead…

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Another challenging perspective from Graham Le Sar… “The Great Spirit lives in all things, enlivens all forms, and gives energy to all things in all realms of creation!” – Brooke Medicine Eagle – Crow (Native American) Michelangelo was on his way to visit the Pope when he came across three stonemasons at work on the…
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