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Sunday / February 23rd / 2003
Too many toothbrushes...

So one would imagine that by now I should be able to remember which toothbrush belongs to me. Or not? For someone who claims to have a knack for details and enjoys a nearly perfect photographic mind since birth, how could such a trivial thing as a lame toothbrush be...
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Sunday / January 19th / 2003
Like a teacup...

This is what my dear dentist had to tell me that morning. "You see, you can compare it to a porcelain teacup which has a very small crack in it. Perhaps it could be that the crack is very, very small and not visible to the human eye, but it...
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~ Posted at 12:43 PM | 2 comments
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Friday / January 3rd / 2003
Share the goods...

So the question which has been burning in my mind for the last few months has been whether or not to donate my organs when I die. I have been thinking about it seriously for some time now, vacillating between an insecure "no" to an enthusiastic "yes." When I think...
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~ Posted at 11:31 AM | 2 comments
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Sunday / December 29th / 2002
Day of rest...

Everyone knows that Sunday is officially the so-called day of rest. So that is exactly what I decided to do. Just rest and rest. In order to make this seemingly distant goal appear even closer than it normally should or ever could be, I made a symbolic gesture, one having...
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~ Posted at 07:37 PM | any comments?
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Saturday / December 28th / 2002
Some broken glass...

You could say that I kind of blew my stack pretty bad the other day. Now that I am of sober mind and can look back on the episode like a distant and objective observer, I feel a little bad that it ever happened in the first place. How could...
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~ Posted at 10:16 PM | 3 comments
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Sunday / December 8th / 2002
Freezing my butt off...

Although it is now freezing outside, I am still going to rough it out and go running. The die-hard that I am. For the first time this year, the temperature has dropped down below freezing. But I refuse to let such trivial matters like the temperature prevent me from remaining...
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~ Posted at 04:12 PM | 4 comments
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Monday / October 7th / 2002
Tennis farts...

For some strange reason, every evening before my Sunday tennis match with the neighbors, I always get a bad case of the farts. In Dutch the nice way to describe this ailment is to say you have a case of "winderigheid" meaning "windiness." Having to fart during an important tennis...
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~ Posted at 11:05 AM | any comments?
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Friday / October 4th / 2002
Not sick tomorrow...

Well, as it turned out, being sick today was just the right medicine for me. Lying in bed, I had time to recover, think about things, relax and do nothing, watch an occasional film or talk show on the television, and read some more Krishnamurti. As I am getting sicker...
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~ Posted at 08:35 AM | 1 comment
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Friday / September 27th / 2002
Unforeseen objects...

If we keep our eyes looking ahead of us we will get nowhere. If we look around as we walk we will bump into many unexpected objects. Some might be pointed and dangerous while others are soft and soothing. By not looking around, the path remains pretty predictable, but at...
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~ Posted at 12:00 AM | any comments?
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Tuesday / July 23rd / 2002
Meta-parent...

There was this little girl sitting across from me. I estimated her age to be around three or four years old. Her grandmother was sitting next to her, and the little girl kept repeating grandma this and grandma that about every ten seconds or so. Hey grandma look over there,...
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~ Posted at 09:57 PM | 1 comment
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Tuesday / July 16th / 2002
Weird concentration problem...

Had that weird concentration problem again today. It seems to be getting worse at times and it is worrying me somewhat. What happens is this: when I try to read a book, take part in a conversation, watch a video on the television, listen to a presentation, or even explain...
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~ Posted at 05:22 PM | 6 comments
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Monday / July 15th / 2002
Library books...

Now that we are preparing for the upcoming trip to America, we need to gather all kinds of reading material to keep us occupied during the long flight to California. My family is sensible and thrifty in that they go to the local library to check out a pile of...
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~ Posted at 08:05 PM | 7 comments
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Wednesday / July 10th / 2002
Crackedty-crack...

Let's see now, how many joints of my body can I crack? A whole lot, that's for sure. Well, there are my eight fingers and my two thumbs, that's ten, two extra low dull cracks per thumb and three additional snaps for each finger (two sideways and one downward), that's...
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~ Posted at 04:09 PM | 21 comments
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Saturday / July 6th / 2002
Stale bread...

This is proof that I am not exactly what you would call a gourmet. Each morning when I wake up I make my way downstairs to make myself a cup of coffee. While the coffee is being made, dripping through the filter to fill up the pot slowly, I prepare...
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~ Posted at 07:19 PM | 9 comments
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This archive includes all of my blog entries I have ever written which fall under the category Health and happiness or thereabouts.

The entries are listed reverse chronologically from top to bottom.