Dancers...2005 There's a lot to be done but I don't feel like doing it. No dancing, painting, or singing. Or reading. Nothing appeals to me right now. Today's been a relaxing day with no visitors and no visits. I needed that. Daughter Honey studies non-stop; this weekend it was Buddhism. She's almost at the point where she'll take refuge which means she'll officially be Buddhist. Our son is officially an atheist, but we have faith he'll become spiritual sometime in his life. The dangers of religious training come home to roost. We pushed them both, Honey to religious Day School, and Brian to after school programs. Luckily, I don't believe in religion, just spirit and all that comes with that. Not religion per Se.
For a while I was psychic which had a relationship with my medications and frontal lobe problems. I still feel a strong connection to the 'other side'position has spread globally. The Economist cites this tax increase in Bangladesh as an example of the barriers to growth of mobile phone usage in poor countries. The density of mobile phone ownership has been found to be positively related to the rate of GDP growth. Here is the report from the Globalization Institute which also links to a study published on the Economist.
te.org/blog/0503_mobile_phones_help_development.php">Globalization Institute which also links to a study published on the Economist.