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Tarot of the Thousand and One Nights

The wonderful collection of Middle Eastern tales have inspired this deck. The wicked Sultan Schahriar has an endless stream of brides who come to his chamber each night. After the wedding night is over, he kills them. But the clever Scheherazade weaves him an endless story that holds his attention night after night. #tarot #review #arabian_nights [more]

Living in the Now

The whole point of it being an illusion is so we believe it as much as possible, so we can experience it as much as possible. And to delight in dissolving the fantasy that is reality. But the ‘Is-ness’ we have is always there no matter what we are doing with our daily lives. [more]

Marino’s Grape Festival

The hill top town of Marino is just a forty-minute train journey from the centre of Rome. It is one of the towns which make up the Castelli Romani, the castle towns surrounding the city, famous for white wines made for Roman Emperors. [more]

Vision As A Strategy Tool

A strategy is a plan, a series of steps, which you will need to take to reach your goal. A strategy only makes sense if you know where you have started from, and what you want to achieve. [more]

My personal “Spring” start

While the month of March is seen as the start of Spring, and all things new; it seemed to me to be more like starting a barbecue where the fire takes off, then suddenly dies down completely and the process must be repeated. I wondered if my personal “spring” has been in extended labour, or did I miss it all together? [more]

Oh, Columba!

My visit was to the westerly part of Scotland known as The Inner Hebrides, and included the Island of Mull, the 3rd largest of the islands in the Hebrides, and the island of Iona, well known as the site of the Abbey founded by Saint Columba, who landed there from Ireland in 563 AD. [more]
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