Daily Archives: October 4, 2018

The Case Of Curaçao, Or What Counts As A Country Visited

As someone who has traveled around the world, one has to deal with the question of how one counts the countries (or states) one visits.  As it stands, right now I am sitting in a Wendy’s restaurant just outside the … Continue reading

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The Effects Of Long-Term Sleep Deprivation On Indo-Surinamese Taxicab Drivers: A Case Study

When you are a captive audience, so to speak, for someone for some period of time, it allows you to gain a great deal of insight into their thinking and way of operating.  Now, it will come as little surprise … Continue reading

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Book Review: God’s Way Of Peace

God’s Way Of Peace:  A Book For The Anxious, by Horatius Bonar This book is not an ideal book for the anxious.  I am not saying that this is the worst possible book for the anxious, but as a person … Continue reading

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Book Review: The Blood Of The Cross

The Blood Of The Cross, by Horatius Bonar I must admit that I am not very familiar with the life story of the author, except that I know him to be a prolific writer and Scottish Calvinist.  Given that the … Continue reading

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