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How to Keep Your Domain Names Safe, and Privacy vs Transparency…

Monday, July 6th, 2009

Today on Blog Catalog the owner of GoSmellTheFlowers.com posted about the theft of his just mentioned domain name. And you could read his story and how this hostage of his domain name happened on his GoSmellTheCoffee.com site.

If you take the time to go and absorb the story and comments on GoSmellTheCoffee.com – you will probably learn a lot about what not to do in order to protect the ownership of your domains. And you also might ask yourself if it was necessary to go public with the private info of all concerned in this matter? The answer is an obvious “No” – for me at least, as one never knows how many scammers and folks with bad intentions are reading all of it.

And while the story was unfolding, a newly written article by Michel Fortin – Don’t Be Transparent, Be Authentic Instead – was published on his blog, that goes about transparency and how much of it is more than enough. A highly recommended post and definitely one to read.



Enjoy your summer and keep yourself, and your domain names, and private life safe…

Happy Mothers Day!

Sunday, May 10th, 2009

For all the Mothers around the world we are wishing a splendid and sunny Mothers Day filled with Happiness and Love!

Happy Mothers Day mum

Being Emotionally Fit?

Friday, May 8th, 2009

When someone you know is asking if everything is OK with you – the very first question crossing my mind is: “Does it show that much how stressed I am?”. Stress is good, however – too much of stress is definitely bad for us and is making us sick. Yesterday I stumbled across the following test on YourTotalHealth.ivillage.com and can only recommend that you do it yourself. And don’t worry – it’s a short one 🙂

...so very emotionally fit

These were my results from the above test:

You’re emotionally fit as a fiddle

Besides being comfortable in your own psyche, you have a healthy level of emotional self-awareness and can use it to your benefit in taxing situations. You’re able to accept and deal with your moods, the bad ones and the good, and you find ways to rise to life’s challenges and help yourself through them, gathering the support you need when you need it. “You’re in a good place emotionally so keep doing what you’re doing,” says Domar. “But don’t assume you can sit back and relax. It takes work to stay emotionally balanced, and as life’s circumstances change, you will need to stay on your toes and check in with yourself regularly.” In other words, keep working on those emotional muscles so they’ll be fit and flexible when you really need them.

heart forming blossoms...

My advice will be to stay Fabulous during the weekend, and to take care of your emotional fitness 😉

We will receive not what we idly wish for but what we justly earn?

Monday, May 4th, 2009

It is one of these days when I am inclined to post a totally useless rant. It’s about how much I dissagree with the quote of Earl Nightingale: “We will receive not what we idly wish for but what we justly earn. Our rewards will always be in exact proportion to our service.”

...yeah, righ, I don't want a photo!...

In regards to the above quote – it doesn’t really work this way since life is not fair. And probably in another time, or dimention, and in a place where things are perfect we will receive what we justly earn…


The Soul Age – Are you a Young, or an Old Soul?

Sunday, April 26th, 2009

This is a question that have kept me researching myself and others for quite some time. And the MichaelTeachings.com site has provided a few very usefull points in an otherwise useless for some research.

The soul ages categories described here are but very few – infant soul, baby soul, young soul, mature soul, old soul, and according to me there are varied nuances between the soul ages that are left out. Taking for example my own soul age, I could be classified as a mixture of a Mature – 65% to 70% and an Old Soul – 35% to 30%. And most of what I am – a Mature Soul, while there are some of the traits that are concerning the Old Soul age.

“Why is this important,” someone might ask. Well, it becomes important when one is seeking the answer as to “Why am I here on the Earth plane, and what is the point to it all?” And the question is usually posed by people who don’t know yet, what the purpose of their lives is.

Most of the Mature Souls are studying and going for degrees, just like I am doing with the future degree in Philosophy. And there are times that the Old Soul in me is rebelling, and questioning my decision for this philosophical degree, while proclaiming its futility. And it becomes even more important when Carol Mann presents the Soul Age under just two categories: Old and New Souls. The only two Soul Ages in her article is an overly simplistic description, and it does not give a real answer to the once in search of their own Soul Age. To put it simply – just like the cropped version of the original photo, that you can see here bellow.

...up and down...


While here is the original with all, or with most of the Soul Ages in it.

gulls in the air

Spring is beautiful…

Monday, April 13th, 2009

I am sorry for not updating the blog more often, but here are a few captures taken by Taty a few days ago. We were looking to shoot some blossoming trees before these started loosing their petals, and am glad that we were in time… 🙂

Our Easter was sunny and beautiful and hope the same for yours as well. Stay well and wishing you a nice week ahead!

just before Easter blossoms...

Taty reflected in a street mirror...

Other of the photos shot this day:
Taty and me reflected in a street mirror

Taty and me reflected in a street mirror II

pink blossoms tree

row of pink blossom trees

beautiful pink blossoms tree

me and Astrid down the bike path

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