//
archives

Musings

This category contains 145 posts

Be well…

  This life is not for soft people my friends. Take care of your spirit and cultivate resilience, and by that I don’t mean coping by all means, I mean knowing also when to cry and ask for help. Know who you can trust, and learn the wisdom in surrender. And by that I mean … Continue reading

Could your beliefs about money be holding you back?

We live in a world designed around money. And acting like money is not important might perhaps slow you down from getting to your “money doesn’t matter” ideal world. I did this experiment on Saturday last week. I imagined that I don’t have a single cent. And I wanted to go to the mall to … Continue reading

WINNIE MANDELA CONTINUES HER STRUGGLE AGAINST APARTHEID IN HER DEATH

In her passing, Mama Winnie continues to be the exposition of the cruelty of the apartheid system, she is the phenomenon of how apartheid lives iin us even as she leaves this life. An attestation and exposition of the mechanics of the system that has so cruelly ripped a nation apart even today. She continues … Continue reading

Inxeba: our culture doesn’t need protecting

Finally got to watch what the big deal is about with this here movie, John Trengrove’s “Inxeba” When people get over their hang ups and discomfort about their own anxiety in “protecting culture” that doesn’t need protecting, I hope they get to watch this well made South African piece of art. I will help the … Continue reading

Do Technology companies live to their promises?

So my experience with technology and technology providers in my country is so disjunctured. Starting with the promises I get when i buy a technology service, to the actual experience I have afterwards, yho! It has cost me more money to set up the latest connectivity solution than their initial promise, and their promise for … Continue reading

Government needs to be more decisive about language policy in schools

To be honest this issue of language policy in schools annoys me. It is yet another way government is being namby pamby about a critical transformation issue. I still don’t understand how today in South Africa a child cannot study in a language of his choice. Most importantly I don’t understand why Afrikaans is still … Continue reading

Protecting Confidentiality and privacy of clients in the days of social media

Dear Consultant/Contractor In the days of social networking it is easier to acquire information and distribute it. While we talk about professionalism in the relationship between a contractor and a client, one thing that symbolizes your professionalism is the management of confidentiality and privacy of your client’s information. As a consultant/coach you are allowed into … Continue reading

…Of Depression and mental health

Depression is a very serious ‘condition’ once you adopt it. Yes, i said ADOPT it, because you don’t CATCH IT, like the flu. And it’s not something you HAVE like leprosy or cancer. It is not a disease, even though it does lead to dis-ease. Depression is an emotional response to the world that starts … Continue reading

Of Ego & Resentment: How to deal with resentment in your relationships

So many times my job involves having to take a detached look at human behaviour and patterns thereof, but most of the time it is to support people as they go through their own challenges with relating. Sometimes it’s also about reflecting in a detached manner on my own life as an additional piece of … Continue reading

…of interested detachment and interdependence: Relationship 101?

Following my reflections yesterday about interested detachment, today my thoughts are preoccupied by the essense of a matrix manifestation of this concept in the matrix of dependence, independence and interdependence Many of us are stuck with the polarity of dependence – independence and in the process of relating we are then presented with a false … Continue reading

Check my tweets!

Share this Blog with your friends

Bookmark and Share

Afrigator

Subscribe to this Blog

Subscribe
Advertisements