Bitter and Twisted – A Lesson in Energy

In Kruger Park, not too far beyond the Vurhami Bridge, you’ll find an unusual tree on the left side of

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New Years Dreams

New Year Dreams. Strictly speaking, they are likely dreams from last year that didn’t come true – yet. Last year

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Forgiveness

Forgiveness – a recurring subject in conversations with unrelated people over the past months. This has grabbed my attention for

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The Beauty of a broken Clay Jar

This morning during worship, we sang a song that contained the words, “I am broken”. I suddenly thought: I am

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Distressing True Colours

In recent years, a craft/ DIY technique has attracted increased interest. They call it Distressing. Used very effectively on wood

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Lessons From a Butterfly – Part 1

My family and friends know I love butterflies. But few people know their significance in my life. After the death

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Racism and Prejudice Do Not Define The Rainbow Nation

In the prevailing tidal wave of ugly racism and prejudice around the world, hate is becoming acceptable. Destructive anger is

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A Safari Where The Wildest Species Were Homo Sapiens

A few months ago, I had the pleasure of spending the day on an open vehicle safari. I know there

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Difficulties of a Dung Beetle

On Monday morning I was hanging the washing out when I noticed a Dung Beetle going about his daily business. 

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Seeing the Rainbow in the Storm

I am an African.  Born of the South African soil, I am unequivocally, unashamedly, African.  I rejoice in this –

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