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Applying discipline

So, in my quest to really get good health this year, I’m directly applying some of the learnings I have had from last year. Last year, 2009, was the year of “12 paradigm shifts and a stronger...

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Body building!

Well, this year has started off to a tee, I made my wish for: “perfect health”, and the first thing I did, after more than a week of being low-energy and sick over new years, was to...

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new year goals + old blog imported!

Yaay! I’ve been able to migrate my previous blog entries from blogspot into this new website, which means that I can now categorize, store and reference all my old material… youpie!! For this new year: 2010, I...

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New website!

Hello everyone, Welcome to my new Chedal.org website. For now, this website will focus just on my Blog — since this is the part of my website which has suffered the most in the last 2 years....

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Understanding the economy

Here is an immensely insightful article on the (US) economy: http://www.globalresearch.ca/index.php?context=va&aid=10697 And here is an article that explains why the oil prices are currently in grave fluctuation: http://www.theoildrum.com/node/4672

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recycled fashion show:

here is a nice photo reel of a recent recycled fashion show I went to a few weeks ago. 100% re-used materials! and some very pretty executions…😉http://www.flickr.com/photos/frankofotos/sets/72157609426997934/show Sebastian

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starting a new year…

Right, I’ve thought about where I am and where I want to go, and here is my plan for next year: step1: do a vipassana 10 day silent-meditation course. I’ve been meaning to now for years and...

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political beard rubbing

Well, After further perplexion into the whole Obama afair, I can only safely say right now that I’m not seeing much ‘change’ in the group of people being collected into his cabinet. There is still a rotating-door...

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the cruise

aaaah, this fabled classic. A movie which, if there were one I could recommend; it would surely be the Cruise by Bennet Miller. You know those great moments when you feel that you can truly look upon...

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