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Neasa Blog: Dit begin by die nonnietjie-uiltjie

Hallo vriend   Net buite Modimollie (beter bekend as Nylstroom), moet ek uitswaai om die beseerde Nonnietjie-uiltjie, wat met die gebreekte vlerk oor die pad hop, ...
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Neasa Blog: Playing it safe

One good thing about not playing in a cricket world cup final, is the fact that you can't lose. I watched parts of the Australia/New Zealand game over the weekend; very...
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Neasa Blog: Fretting Your Life Away

Dear Friend  I share this with you because of my battles in this area. What you are about to read is a compilation of writings by Oswald Chambers, C. S. Lewi...
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Neasa Blog: 2014 is drawing to a close

'Time flies' - use it wisely   2014 IS DRAWING TO A CLOSE   Dear Friend   We've come to the end of another year. All that's lef...
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Neasa Blog: Wat 'n màn is hy nie?

Hallo vriend   Gedurende die afgelope week stap ek iewers by 'n winkelsentrum in.   By die ingang sit daar 'n man. Hy is gestremd. By hom is '...
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Neasa Blog: HY KYK NET, DAN KRY HY

Soos wat ek my pad loop, daar waar omstandighede, verantwoordelikhede en uitdagings my vat, sien ek dikwels iets van die hart van die Vader.   So hou ek Sanet (my ...
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Neasa Blog: OPT FOR RISK

I am standing in the courtyard of the Heidelberg Schloss. Ages ago children played here in the safety of the castle, where its 50 feet walls protected them against all the ...
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Neasa Blog: FREEDOM

I am in Berlin, looking down from a boardroom at where the 'wall' that separated East and West Germans once was. The wall is now destroyed; monuments of this wall c...
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Neasa Blog: TAKE ON THAT CHALLENGE

During the Second World War the ultimate victory for the Allied Forces would have been the conquering of Berlin. If Berlin was conquered, the war would have been over. That...
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Neasa Blog: TRADING IN THE DEEP

I am looking at a photo of my just over one year old grandson on holiday with my children; they're on the beach. Merely playing on the beach is, however, not good enoug...
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