Diabetes

(THIS IS A SAMPLE LONG FORM SALES LETTER) IF YOU HAVE BEEN DIAGNOSED WITH DIABETES AND WOULD LIKE TO OVERCOME THIS SCOURGE AND GET BACK TO ENJOYING YOUR LIFE THEN THIS IS MOST DEFINITELY FOR YOU!!! WHETHER YOU WANT TO READ IT, OR NOT, YOU NEED TO READ IT! If you are diabetic, then you almost certainly know that there are several different “types” of this disease. Type 1 Diabetes – the pancreas produces little or no insulin. The exact cause is unknown. What is clear is that the body’s own immune system “mistakenly” destroys the cells in the pancreas …

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Food/Wine

I enjoy cooking, but I tend not to pay too much attention to published recipes. I like experimenting and will seldom cook the same dish twice with identical ingredients and the same methodology. Cooking was not an activity I was involved in when I was growing up. My father considered that cooking was a female activity, so I had no opportunity to get into the kitchen.  In this section I will detail some of my favorite recipes – mostly developed through trial and error. Where I consider it appropriate, I shall certainly mention the trade names of the product I …

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Moral Compass or Means Justifying the End?

In the literature, definitions, of “moral compass” abound. Here are four picked out of many. A person’s ability to judge what is right and wrong and to act accordingly. An internalized set of values and objectives that guide a person with regard to ethical behavior and decision-making.  A natural feeling that makes people know what is right from wrong and how they should behave. An inner sense which distinguishes what is right from what is wrong Bearing those definitions in mind, look at the following examples of what many would regard as, at the very least, unethical behavior.  Somewhere – …

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