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The quirky year 2014 in reflection – Happy New Year 2015

The quirky year 2014 in reflection – Happy New Year 2015 Ralf a

2014 was a quirky year for me. It wasn’t particularly bad, but not really great either – just quirky. A highlight for me has been blogging. Readership keeps increasing and this year, I can promise you this, there will be more emphasis on building this up a bit. As an added bonus for you, please find below the top ten posts for 2014. Have a great and blessed 2015. May all your wishes and dreams come true.


Have you thought of one person that has changed your life forever?

“When people say “interesting”, what does that really mean?”

“Lack of planning on your part does not constitute an emergency on my part”

“What does being weak as water really mean?”

“Finding your purpose – Write your epitaph”

“Illuminators – How can you became a person that other people look up to?”

“Can you ever redeem yourself after having done something stupid?

“Got butterflies in your stomach? How to make them fly in formation”

5 reasons not to use an ellipsis at the end of a sentence

Here is my “why” and what you get out of my blog”

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2 thoughts on “The quirky year 2014 in reflection – Happy New Year 2015

  1. Tom Hill on said:

    You da man – good work my friend – T

    Dr. Tom Hill Inspiring the World One Person At A Time



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