Monthly Archives: September 2011

Tolerable Intolerance

Tolerable intolerance = a state of being where prejudices are realistically acknowledged and tolerated with considerations to fair treatment. The opposite of denial and pretence and acting under impulses of prejudices. It’s 10 years since 9/11. I’m not sure how … Continue reading

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Say it with “The Language of Flowers”

The Language of Flowers by Vanesa Diffenbaug Did you know that moss stands for maternal love? According to the Victorian dictionary of flowers, that is. Imagine putting a round of moss on the baby’s head before leaving her. That’s what … Continue reading

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