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Musings


Musings

Look for the source of the rage

Recent acts of violence against the less powerful are symptoms of an even bigger problem.

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Let’s not compare apples with durians

Those who equate the anti-Trump protests with local protests against our Government are ignoring some key differences.

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A tale of three countries

Friends from two Asean neighbours and the world’s largest economy muse about common ground.

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A fascinating show across the Atlantic

Watching the American presidential elections, you sometimes wonder if it is real or a movie.

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Remembering those far simpler days

Class reunions are a reminder of an education where we learnt about the world, about how to treat one another and how to write properly.

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Are our decisions really ours?

Some appear to think that we only have the right to choose when our choices are the same as theirs.

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Olympics lifted us above the mundane

With the exception of the spoilsports, the rest of us came together to cheer as one.

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Looking for certainty and comfort

Preachers can have a tremendous influence on desperate souls looking for answers to their troubles, and the latter may take everything literally.

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Getting more insular each day

It’s time to draw the line and stop all this nonsense before it’s too late.

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Diverting the blame for a massacre

Instead of looking into how a man with a record could easily get a gun, some have focused on his religion and the alleged sins of the victims..

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Unexpected teachers in life

In addition to what we learn in school, other people we meet can give us valuable lessons, too.

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Don’t overthink before you act

If we close our eyes and ears and wish problems will just disappear, they won’t.

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