Editorial

JUNE EDITORIAL

There appear to be more and more babies being born to single mothers with no trace that a father was ever a presence in their lives – except the obvious fact that is.  If their anchor, their mother, disappears as…
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MAY EDITORIAL

I often wondered, when people say they want to explore their roots and establish their identity, what they mean and why the need. At birth we are all born into a set of circumstances over which we have absolutely no…
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APRIL EDITORIAL

In this edition of ImagineMag there is an interesting selection of work and coupled with what is happening around me has provided much food for thought and changes in direction of some of my activities. Two things are predominantly in…
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MARCH EDITORIAL

The expression, `costing an arm or a leg’, brings new understanding to what this really means after the traumatic medical accident or I think I should say, accidents, experienced by members of our family recently. Having to cope with emergency…
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SEPTEMBER EDITORIAL

I have recently been thinking about competitiveness and why, under certain circumstances, I find it so disturbing and unpleasant. Is competiveness nothing else but survival of the fittest? Why are some people or groups so much more competitive than others?…
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