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It’s all relative

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I was visiting a close friend yesterday and something became acutely apparent to me.

I have known this friend for around 25 years now and have respect for him which is hard to quantify in words. He is a very intelligent, wise gentlemen and from time to time I have had the good fortune to receive some of his wisdom and perspective he brings to life.

Whilst visiting this friend yesterday, he became obsessed by the opaque nature of his windows in his kitchen. The focus of his attention appeared to be a slight layer of dirt or grease obscuring the view to what is a splendid garden.

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Snapping the moment

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I find it fascinating that so many people use their smartphone cameras to record key events in their lives.The camera on smartphones is without question a very useful tool to capture the moment, I just think that the moment has to be chosen carefully.

Using your phone to record the extraordinary butterfly on the flowers on a pristine summer’s day or documenting your son or daughter’s first successfully landed fish at the end of his fishing line is a great example of good use. Then there are some events which Continue reading