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Spirituality 21 Apr '12 23:56
  1. Standard memberDasa
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    21 Apr '12 23:56
    I am relocating interstate - and shall be very busy for about 2 weeks.

    Shall respond to Q when I can.
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    22 Apr '12 00:30
    Originally posted by Dasa
    I am relocating interstate - and shall be very busy for about 2 weeks.

    Shall respond to Q when I can.
    take your time
  3. Standard memberRBHILL
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    22 Apr '12 01:25
    Originally posted by Dasa
    I am relocating interstate - and shall be very busy for about 2 weeks.

    Shall respond to Q when I can.
    🙄
  4. Standard memberwolfgang59
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    22 Apr '12 01:31
    Originally posted by Dasa
    I am relocating interstate - and shall be very busy for about 2 weeks.

    Shall respond to Q when I can.
    No rush.
    Take your time to settle in.
    Relax.
    Read a book.
    Maybe more than one.
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    22 Apr '12 02:42
    Originally posted by wolfgang59
    No rush.
    Take your time to settle in.
    Relax.
    Read a book.
    Maybe more than one.
    Indeed, a good suggestion...

    I would recommend everything ever written by Terry Pratchett,
    The Culture Novels of Ian M Banks
    The Harry Potter Novels.
    The collected works of Trudi Canavan
    "On the Origin of Species" and "Descent of Man" By Charles Darwin.
    followed by 'Almost like a whale',
    'The Blind Watchmaker',
    'A Brief History of Time',
    'In search of Schrödinger's Cat',
    And the 'His Dark Materials' trilogy by Philip Pullman.


    If you [dasa] read all those and pay close attention, by the time you have
    finished you might even pass for a decent human being.
  6. Standard memberRJHinds
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    22 Apr '12 22:36
    Originally posted by googlefudge
    Indeed, a good suggestion...

    I would recommend everything ever written by Terry Pratchett,
    The Culture Novels of Ian M Banks
    The Harry Potter Novels.
    The collected works of Trudi Canavan
    "On the Origin of Species" and "Descent of Man" By Charles Darwin.
    followed by 'Almost like a whale',
    'The Blind Watchmaker',
    'A Brief History of Time',
    'I ...[text shortened]... on, by the time you have
    finished you might even pass for a decent human being.
    He would be better off by just reading the Holy Bible. HalleluYah !!! 😏
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