‘Most people work hard and spend their health trying to achieve wealth.
 Then they retire and spend their wealth trying to get back their
 health.’

 

If you are like so many people today, you’re either short of money and working at something you don’t like in order to get more, or you have more than enough money and not enough time to enjoy the good things in life.

 

I was in that position once – over 20 years ago. Then something changed and I’ve been doing what I love and enjoying the good life ever since.

And now it’s time for me to not only live the good life, but to share with people like you the amazing journey that brought me to this place of contentment and deep fulfilment. 

 

In Search of Simplicity is my true, exciting and serendipitous journey through the wilds ofPapua New Guinea, theHimalayas, around the planet and into the heart of life guaranteed to change the way you see the world.

In Search of Simplicityoffers a gateway into a world in which your deepest dreams and wishes are fulfilled, even before you are aware of them, a gateway into that place of simplicity where you stop struggling and trying to make it happen and simply allow it to happen.
 
When you’re in the right place, doing just what you want to do, and genuinely enjoying it, the Universe bends over backwards to ensure your success. 

 

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The small investment required to buy this book could just transform your life, as the events described in page-turning style transformed mine. At the very least you’ll enjoy a tantalizing read.

 

Click here to read just a few of the endorsements of satisfied readers from all walks of life.

 

In Search of Simplicityis a startlingly poignant and inspiring real-life endorsement of the power of thought, belief and synchronicity in one’s life. It has been compared with James Redfield’s The Celestine Prophecy and Dan Millman’s Way of the Peaceful Warrior. It is a page-turning adventure story and it’s TRUE.

Listen to a three minute audio trailer here:

In Search of Simplicity offers a gateway into a world in which your deepest dreams and wishes are fulfilled, even before you are aware of them, a gateway into that place of simplicity where you stop struggling and trying to make it happen and simply allow it to happen.
 
When you’re in the right place, doing just what you want to do, and genuinely enjoying it, the Universe bends over backwards to ensure your success.

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‘This book has important keys to living well. Far from predictable, it is an exciting read; showing us that living with simplicity can lead to stimulating adventures, fresh insights and a deeper understanding of life.’
 
Suzanne Stewart, Wellington

  

 
 The following is a fun, five minute interview that Eileen Kapa of DBFR makes with the author as he speaks about In Search of Simplicity and some of the bigger questions of life the book endeavours to answer. This was made as a small part of a Far North book launch and book signing tour in March, 2009.

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From the Author:

My search for simplicity carried me all over the world. You could call it a search for a simpler way of living, a more natural way of being.
 
The external journey culminated in living for periods of time with two sets of agrarian people, one Islamic, the other Christian—the Hunzas in their Shangri La stronghold at the roof top of the world and the Trobriand Islanders at their doorstep perched on coral islets in the western Pacific. Each of these societies lives with grace and in balanced harmony with nature.
 
The internal journey took place while staying in Dharmsala, home of the displaced Tibetans and their leader, the Dalai Lama, in northern India. That journey carried me home to the place we’re all seeking, to the source of sustenance spoken of by every mystic, to the Heart of Life itself.
 
It is a story of import to every human being because it is the journey we are all on, a search for the meaning of life.
 
The story is filled with coincidences to the point of disbelief. The journey brought me in contact with inspiring people who dared to be different, who have dared to be themselves.
 
It is an epic adventure. It is a story of love. It has helped me to live my life with a simpler perspective and more meaning. I trust it does the same for you.
  
Years after the events described in In Search of Simplicity took place, I read The Celestine Prophecy for the first time. It feels like my personal journey is like that of the reluctant fictional hero created by James Redfield. I continue to be swept along on a great adventure (of my own making) to discover and to share the magic and the mystery of life. It’s waiting for us all behind every smile and with every breath of the wind.


Blessings,
John

 

 

 

IN SEARCH OF SIMPLICITY by John P Haines …a truly amazing true story travel/adventure book by a loving and thoughtful man.

Amanda McBroom said this February 25, 2009 on www.amcbroom.com

Amanda is an outstanding actress, singer/songwriter and is the composer of the 1979 worldwide hit, The Rose.

  
 

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Good health is natural and it doesn’t cost the earth. That’s the title of a book I’m working on, bit by bit and step by step. There are multiple meanings in the phrase. It doesn’t have to be costly monetarily to be healthy. Superb health is available to everyone, should they choose for it. Many of us don’t, and that’s OK. But if good health is what you want, it is available through the choices you make—moment to moment and day to day. It is determined by how you breathe, how you eat, what you believe and by what your thoughts and expectations are.

And your good health, determined by your everyday choices, does not have to harm the earth. In fact, I believe the health of each of us is intimately intertwined with the health of the planet as a whole. The cancer many humans experience in their bodies is indicative of the cancer of greed and unsustainable consumption we currently see and experience on a global scale.

Cancer cells run rampant over the delicately balanced cellular systems in the body, just as the greed and lust for power of a few can create havoc for the vast majority of humanity and for the environment in which we live.

So I believe to obtain optimum health we need to find ways to nourish others and the natural world. We need to find a right relationship with life. And then, quite naturally, we will live in radiant health, exude joyful well-being and the earth will be the better for it. Our health and the health of this planet are not mutually exclusive.

The microcosmic frame of the body is a part of the macrocosmic scope of the planet. So I urge each of you to find your unique ways to rebuild an environment we have been taking from for so long. The earth is patient with us, but only so much. Give back to her and she will in turn support you on your journey.

Not long ago I had the privilege of joining a small group of people planting trees on Moturua Island, the second largest and most wooded island in the Bay of Islands. What a stunning, uplifting experience to come away from; feeling your actions made just a little difference. So satisfying! Rod Brown and a dedicated team of volunteers, called the Shade House Volunteers, are responsible for a nursery in Kerikeri that grows upwards of 25,000 native trees each year. They source the seed locally and nurture each seedling until it is transported to one of about 35 community groups restoring habitat in areas of their responsibility. Here’s an example of finding a way to give back to the planet, to be of service to others and in turn do something that nourishes the soul of the servant. As simple as that.

Radio host, librarian, inspirational speaker and health educator John Haines is the author of In Search of Simplicity: A True Story that Changes Lives and Beyond the Search, books to lift the spirit and touch the heart. See http://www.JohnHainesBooks.wordpress.com

“In Search of Simplicity is a unique and awe-inspiring way to re-visit and even answer some of the gnawing questions we all intrinsically have about the meaning of life and our true, individual purpose on the planet. I love this book.”

Barbara Cronin, Circles of Light. For the complete review visit: http://www.circlesoflight.com/blog/in-search-of-simplicity/

“In Search of Simplicity is one of those rare literary jewels with the ability to completely and simultaneously ingratiate itself into the mind, heart and soul of the reader.”

Heather Slocumb, Apex Reviews

“The author’s experiments and experiences working with nature simply amaze. . . . Beyond the Search is a treasure trove for those who enjoy planting and reaping as it seems nature intended, with respect for each animal and insect as belonging on the planet and therefore deserving of honour.”

Theresa Sjoquist on Suite 101

41lY9QQGpIL__SL500_AA300_My father suffered silently with arthritis for the last decade of his life. Aspirin gave him some pain relief but, frankly, what worked best for him was movement. He walked a lot. He and my mother first joined and then led a hiking group based in their winter home of Tucson, Arizona. I suppose I’ve inherited this love of hiking, or rather ‘tramping’, from my parents. What I would not like to inherit from them is arthritis.

Arthritis is New Zealand’s leading cause of disability, according to Sandra Kirby, chief executive of Arthritis New Zealand.

For a long time I have been a health researcher and educator. I am not a doctor. We are blessed to have a group of truly caring GPs in the Far North. Please see your doctor about your health concerns. But please do whatever you can to improve your health in an allopathic or complementary way. I’m sure our many good doctors would agree that it is important for each individual to take responsibility for their own health.

9781587612589_p0_v1_s260x420Our tramping group is seasonally joined by people visiting from other countries. One such person was describing to me how he had recently been diagnosed with diabetes and arthritis. Initially he took medication for his arthritis but he stopped after a short time because of unpleasant side effects. With the help of his wife he is now managing both ailments through changes in diet, specific stretching exercises, walking and swimming. He is pleased with the results of the changes he has made.

I have beside me three books on arthritis: Say No to Arthritis : The Proven Drug-free Guide to Preventing and Relieving Arthritis,  Arthritis : Reverse Underlying Causes of Arthritis with Clinically Proven Alternative Therapies and Athritis Relief at Your Fingertips : How to Use Acupressure Massage to Ease Your Aches and Pains.

9780861889730Each of these books states emphatically that one need not be a victim of arthritis, that each sufferer can make changes right now to alleviate pain and immobility. Changes in diet, use of herbs and self-massage are only a few of the options available for anyone dealing with arthritis. There is even evidence that adding the mineral boron to your daily supplements can help greatly. Israel has one of the lowest per-capita incidences of arthritis and it has one of the highest natural concentrations of boron in its soils. Boron is obtainable from your chemist. It is a necessary trace mineral.

Don’t lose hope and help yourself and your physician to help you attain better health. Even rubbing the web between your thumb and index finger can provide pain relief. Don’t take my word for it. Do some independent research and put into practice some of the myriad harmless means to improve your health and wellbeing.

This was originally posted on my other blog: http://www.teahu.wordpress.com

Radio host, librarian, inspirational speaker and health educator John Haines is the author of In Search of Simplicity: A True Story that Changes Lives and Beyond the Search, books to lift the spirit and touch the heart. See http://www.JohnHainesBooks.wordpress.com

“In Search of Simplicity is a unique and awe-inspiring way to re-visit and even answer some of the gnawing questions we all intrinsically have about the meaning of life and our true, individual purpose on the planet. I love this book.”

Barbara Cronin, Circles of Light. For the complete review visit: http://www.circlesoflight.com/blog/in-search-of-simplicity/

 

“In Search of Simplicity is one of those rare literary jewels with the ability to completely and simultaneously ingratiate itself into the mind, heart and soul of the reader.”

Heather Slocumb, Apex Reviews

“The author’s experiments and experiences working with nature simply amaze. . . . Beyond the Search is a treasure trove for those who enjoy planting and reaping as it seems nature intended, with respect for each animal and insect as belonging on the planet and therefore deserving of honour.”

Theresa Sjoquist on Suite 101

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Our New Zealand government is currently negotiating a massive trade treaty, behind closed doors, that could hand corporations the power to overturn our laws in secret courts.

The Trans-Pacific Partnership (TPP) is called a trade deal, but it is really a huge corporate wish-list aimed at attacking everything from environmental protections to affordable medicines to internet freedoms. And, it would let corporations sue us for any laws they think hurt their profits.

Here’s what it says about TPP on the sumofus.org website:

‘We can already see what happens when corporations get the power to sue democratic governments:

Tobacco giant Philip Morris is suing Australia for billions of dollars in lost profits because the government took action to reduce teenage smoking.

Pharmaceutical giant Eli Lilly is suing Canada for $500 million, just because Canada has laws to keep life-saving drugs affordable.

Swedish energy company Vattenfall is suing Germany for its decision to phase out nuclear power.

Worst of all, these cases are happening in secret international courts to which only corporations have access.

If we sign up to the TPP, future laws designed to protect consumers, our health, and our environment could be overturned –and there is nothing we or our elected governments could do to stop them.

Thousands of corporate lobbyists are helping to write these secret pacts –but the public isn’t allowed to see them. Global governments, including our own, know that the public won’t like these corporate power grabs, so they’re hoping to keep it all under the radar until it’s too late to stop them.’

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At this moment, Canadian company Infinito Gold is suing the Costa Rican government for over $1 billion because Costa Rica rejected Infinito’s plan to build an open-pit gold mine in a pristine tropical forest.

Over 75 per cent of Costa Ricans are against the proposed mine, and in 2011, Costa Rica banned all open-pit metal mining in the country.

In March 2011 the New Zealand Government committed to a goal of New Zealand becoming smoke free by 2025. This admirable and achievable goal will allow our children and grandchildren to be free from exposure to tobacco and tobacco use. It is not a ban on smoking. The goal is that the smoking prevalence across all populations will be less than 5% and tobacco will be difficult to sell and supply. Imagine, as is currently happening in Australia, if our government is sued by the tobacco giants for discouraging smoking. Potentially every New Zealand taxpayer would be beholden to the tobacco corporates.

Since the 1980s New Zealanders have witnessed the increasing ability of corporations to influence government policy. We don’t need further erosion of our democratic rights. We need to be masters of our own destiny.

You can tell the leaders of our political parties to stand up for New Zealand and reject the TPP corporate power grab by following this link: http://action.sumofus.org/a/new-zealand-tpp/2/5/?sub=mtl

 

Radio host, librarian, inspirational speaker and health educator John Haines is the author of In Search of Simplicity: A True Story that Changes Lives and Beyond the Search, books to lift the spirit and touch the heart. See http://www.JohnHainesBooks.wordpress.com

“In Search of Simplicity is a unique and awe-inspiring way to re-visit and even answer some of the gnawing questions we all intrinsically have about the meaning of life and our true, individual purpose on the planet. I love this book.”

Barbara Cronin, Circles of Light. For the complete review visit: http://www.circlesoflight.com/blog/in-search-of-simplicity/

“In Search of Simplicity is one of those rare literary jewels with the ability to completely and simultaneously ingratiate itself into the mind, heart and soul of the reader.”

Heather Slocumb, Apex Reviews

“The author’s experiments and experiences working with nature simply amaze. . . . Beyond the Search is a treasure trove for those who enjoy planting and reaping as it seems nature intended, with respect for each animal and insect as belonging on the planet and therefore deserving of honour.”

Theresa Sjoquist on Suite 101

 

 

My thanks to George and Pauline for the beautiful photos from a walk we all agreed was a highlight of this year’s walking. It’s a long drive to Cape Reinga from whence this walk began and it was blustery and cool at the beginning. But before the day was out I’d had a couple of dips in the sea and waded in a creek to keep cool. The landscape is extraordinarily varied and there is a sense of being away from it all in this, the very north of the country. I trust you enjoy the photos of which I’ve only chosen to show a few. The complete album can be found here:  https://picasaweb.google.com/109798694876493156288/CapeMariaVanDiemenWalk

Cape Reinga. The meeting of two oceans.

Cape Reinga. The meeting of two oceans.

Ready to begin

Ready to begin: our destination is behind us in the distance.

 

For your information

For your information

 

Near beginning

Near beginning: Te Werahi below

 

Flax readying to bloom

Flax readying to bloom

 

Two Johns by the steep early cliffs

Two Johns by the steep early cliffs

 

Relentless seas.

Relentless seas.

Alma, John and Tom on the long stretch of Te Werahi. It's warming up!

Alma, John and Tom on the long stretch of Te Werahi. It’s warming up!

 

 

The climb up from Te Werahi

The climb up from Te Werahi

 

Flax Snails

Flax Snails

 

Dunes down to the beach below Cape Maria van Diemen

Dunes down to the beach below Cape Maria van Diemen

 

Stunning landscape.

Stunning landscape. Looking out to Motuopao Island

 

Skyscape

Skyscape

Windswept formations.

Windswept formations.

 

A dip at midday.

A dip at midday.

 

Cape Maria Van Diemen Lighthouse

Cape Maria Van Diemen Lighthouse

 

It is a working lighthouse.

It is a working lighthouse.

 

Motuopao. Where the lighthouse and lighthouse keeper used to be.

Motuopao. Where the lighthouse and lighthouse keeper used to be. Note treacherous currents.

 

Creek arriving at the sea.

Creek arriving at the sea. We followed it up.

 

 

 

 

 

 

Down the dune

Down the dune: It’s a sudden stop at the end.

 

 

George coming safely down the steep dune.

George coming safely down the steep dune.

 

Windswept formations

Two steps up and one step back.

 

Some of the crew enjoying ice cream at Te Paki.

Some of the crew enjoying ice cream at Te Kao. A just reward for a long day.

 

Radio host, librarian, inspirational speaker and health educator John Haines is the author of In Search of Simplicity: A True Story that Changes Lives and Beyond the Search, books to lift the spirit and touch the heart. See http://www.JohnHainesBooks.wordpress.com

“In Search of Simplicity is a unique and awe-inspiring way to re-visit and even answer some of the gnawing questions we all intrinsically have about the meaning of life and our true, individual purpose on the planet. I love this book.”

Barbara Cronin, Circles of Light. For the complete review visit: http://www.circlesoflight.com/blog/in-search-of-simplicity/

“In Search of Simplicity is one of those rare literary jewels with the ability to completely and simultaneously ingratiate itself into the mind, heart and soul of the reader.”

Heather Slocumb, Apex Reviews

“The author’s experiments and experiences working with nature simply amaze. . . . Beyond the Search is a treasure trove for those who enjoy planting and reaping as it seems nature intended, with respect for each animal and insect as belonging on the planet and therefore deserving of honour.”

Theresa Sjoquist on Suite 101

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

As I indicated in my previous post I get back to the Wairakau Stream track and Lane Cove whenever possible. I did so again today and saw Shining Cuckoos for the first time. I have heard them on more than one occasion on this walk but today for the first time three birds came within two metres of me when I stopped to rest in low regrowth scrub. They were more vividly coloured than I expected with emerald green backs.

Shining Cuckoo photograph by Duncan Watson, sourced from http://nzbirdsonline.org.nz

Shining Cuckoo photograph by Duncan Watson, sourced from http://nzbirdsonline.org.nz

 

Here’s the distinctive song of the cuckoo:

Tomtits are regularly seen on this walk and today was no exception.

Tomtit

Tomtit

Eastern Rosella

Eastern Rosella

Today’s walk followed several days of heavy rain. the creeks were high and after following a small group of rosellas on the side of Duke’s Nose I surprised two bathing in a swollen creek. This migrant from Australia has naturalized and is such a beautifully coloured bird. Who wouldn’t like them?

Radio host, librarian, inspirational speaker and health educator John Haines is the author of In Search of Simplicity: A True Story that Changes Lives and Beyond the Search, books to lift the spirit and touch the heart. See http://www.JohnHainesBooks.wordpress.com

“In Search of Simplicity is a unique and awe-inspiring way to re-visit and even answer some of the gnawing questions we all intrinsically have about the meaning of life and our true, individual purpose on the planet. I love this book.”

Barbara Cronin, Circles of Light. For the complete review visit: http://www.circlesoflight.com/blog/in-search-of-simplicity/

“In Search of Simplicity is one of those rare literary jewels with the ability to completely and simultaneously ingratiate itself into the mind, heart and soul of the reader.”

Heather Slocumb, Apex Reviews

“The author’s experiments and experiences working with nature simply amaze. . . . Beyond the Search is a treasure trove for those who enjoy planting and reaping as it seems nature intended, with respect for each animal and insect as belonging on the planet and therefore deserving of honour.”

Theresa Sjoquist on Suite 101

 

 

 

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The Wairakau Stream track leading to Lane Cove is one I do every possible Sunday in the summer. A couple Sundays back I guided friends from Kerikeri on a new loop I’ve recently discovered thanks to a chance visit with Anita in the Kaeo Library. Thank you Anita, should you happen upon this post. And my thanks to Dennis for the photos of our day together and for joining me for the warmest swim one could imagine in November.

Canyon. Part of the diversity that makes this such a great walk.

Canyon. Part of the diversity that makes this such a great walk.

 

The first lookout after the long climb to start the walk,

The first lookout after the long climb to start the walk,

 

Totara North from the above lookout.

Totara North from the above lookout.

 

 

Towards Taratara from the lookout.

Towards Taratara from the lookout.

 

Dukes Nose

Duke’s Nose

 

High above the canopy.

High above the canopy.

 

Looking south from Duke's Nose

Looking south towards Whangaroa Harbour entrance

 

Lunch stop at the stream.

Lunch stop at the stream.

Another stream crossing.

Another stream crossing.

 

Beautiful tree.

Beautiful tree.

 

Looking down towards Lane Cove, yachts and DOC hut.

Looking down towards Lane Cove, yachts and DOC hut.

 

Radio host, librarian, inspirational speaker and health educator John Haines is the author of In Search of Simplicity: A True Story that Changes Lives and Beyond the Search, books to lift the spirit and touch the heart. See http://www.JohnHainesBooks.wordpress.com

“In Search of Simplicity is a unique and awe-inspiring way to re-visit and even answer some of the gnawing questions we all intrinsically have about the meaning of life and our true, individual purpose on the planet. I love this book.”

Barbara Cronin, Circles of Light. For the complete review visit: http://www.circlesoflight.com/blog/in-search-of-simplicity/

“In Search of Simplicity is one of those rare literary jewels with the ability to completely and simultaneously ingratiate itself into the mind, heart and soul of the reader.”

Heather Slocumb, Apex Reviews

“The author’s experiments and experiences working with nature simply amaze. . . . Beyond the Search is a treasure trove for those who enjoy planting and reaping as it seems nature intended, with respect for each animal and insect as belonging on the planet and therefore deserving of honour.”

Theresa Sjoquist on Suite 101

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

On 30 September 2013, Prime Minister John Key announced that a referendum on asset sales would be via postal ballot and would take place between 22 November and 13 December. This is a citizens-initiated referendum on the National government’s plan to partially privatise four energy-related state-owned enterprises and to reduce the government’s share in Air New Zealand. John Key has stated that his government will not be bound by the results of such a referendum, in essence declaring that democracy doesn’t exist here. One wonders if Mr. Key is more beholden to his corporate masters than he is to the people who elected him and his party.

Despite his claim I feel we need to send a clear message to government indicating we want state assets to continue to be available for the benefit of all New Zealanders and for future generations.

Before the beginning of the sell-off of this country we were in an enviable position. There was virtually no unemployment and New Zealand was the epitome of an egalitarian society. Everyone had enough and few had too much. There was little crime and little disenfranchisement of youth. All that has changed and I suspect the sell-off has made a significant contribution to said changes.

Let’s look at just a few of the sales past governments have made.

The government sold Air New Zealand to a consortium in 1988. Following a financial collapse in 2001 the government injected new capital and became the dominant shareholder. That was a costly exercise for taxpayers.

Tranz Rail, New Zealand’s only significant rail operator, was sold to a consortium in 1993. In response to the implications of Tranz Rail’s declining financial viability, the government progressively bought back Tranz Rail’s assets between 2002 and 2008. Another costly exercise.

The ports of Auckland were partially privatised by one of its regional government owners in 1988, and then brought back fully into regional government ownership in 2005—at ratepayers’ expense.

The Bank of New Zealand has a long history of moving in and out of public ownership. The government last sold its shareholding in the BNZ to National Australia Bank in 1992. State-owned Kiwibank Limited was founded in 2001, employs more than 900 staff, adds over 300 new customers per day and has higher customer satisfaction ratings than the four large Australian-owned trading banks.

Proponents of private sector participation argue that privatisation leads to improvements in the efficiency and service quality of utilities. The Kiwibank experience disproves this argument.

Possible consequences of selling our public assets include an increase in power prices to profit foreign investors, a loss of income for the government due to lost dividend income, and diminished control over our public utilities and resources.

I reckon selling assets is a sale of our self-determination. How will you vote?

And in case you’re interested in a little more comparable background check out the experience with privatization in Costa Rica here: http://www.nationofchange.org/public-banking-costa-rica-remarkable-little-known-model-1384265843

Radio host, librarian, inspirational speaker and health educator John Haines is the author of In Search of Simplicity: A True Story that Changes Lives and Beyond the Search, books to lift the spirit and touch the heart. See http://www.JohnHainesBooks.wordpress.com

“In Search of Simplicity is a unique and awe-inspiring way to re-visit and even answer some of the gnawing questions we all intrinsically have about the meaning of life and our true, individual purpose on the planet. I love this book.”

Barbara Cronin, Circles of Light. For the complete review visit: http://www.circlesoflight.com/blog/in-search-of-simplicity/

 

“In Search of Simplicity is one of those rare literary jewels with the ability to completely and simultaneously ingratiate itself into the mind, heart and soul of the reader.”

Heather Slocumb, Apex Reviews

“The author’s experiments and experiences working with nature simply amaze. . . . Beyond the Search is a treasure trove for those who enjoy planting and reaping as it seems nature intended, with respect for each animal and insect as belonging on the planet and therefore deserving of honour.”

Theresa Sjoquist on Suite 101

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