Monthly Archives: January 2005

Blessings to be counted*

Was the message for Sunday’s sermon. Really liked Rev Dr. Ngoei’s message on Sunday, for its not often you get one riddled with riddles. Oh well, thee six ways to live a successful Christian life were great points but regrettably … Continue reading

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America’s American Pie

Let’s head back to childhood days again. (Oh yes, you’ll be saying, why does this person live in the past most of the time? The answer is the mindset of a historian never changes.) Back then, one song that I … Continue reading

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The distant loss

Just a short note here. My deepest condolences go out to Mrs Geetha Creffield at this time as she comes to terms with the lost of her husband. I’m not exactly close to her although her name is no mystery … Continue reading

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America and the world Part 2*

Besides this feud, another one is US EU trade. (Well, not only trade between both sides but also international trade). It’s pretty much the same old boring story since the end of World War Two where America became the dominant … Continue reading

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