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Attachment to Outcome

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Attachment to OutcomeDutchbuzz blogs, News

by Ingrid Schippers on September 16, 2019 with 0 comment

Text: Ingrid Schippers Picture: Juliet Dreyer I once heard a story that came from a 200 year old little booklet , holding records of  real life court cases from the 18th century. The particular story I am going to tell you about, always stayed with me as it so pointedly shows how following Fate, rather …

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What We All Have in Common

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What We All Have in CommonDutchbuzz blogs, News

by Ingrid Schippers on September 9, 2019 with 0 comment

Throughout the ages, all the way to this very day and age; certain life-stories have proven themselves capable of capturing people’s imagination. Some, like Alexander the Great, were born centuries ago, Some are mythical or legendary figures like Odysseus or King Arthur. Others appear in literary works; Hamlet,Scrooge or Bilbo Baggins. Even in modern day …

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Escaping the Treadmill of Tweets

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Escaping the Treadmill of TweetsDutchbuzz blogs, News

by Ingrid Schippers on June 23, 2019 with 0 comment

3 minute (abridged) recording of the end-of-the-season Dutchbuzz blog of June 25th 2019, ‘The treadmill of tweets” Yeaaah (Kermit style) holiday time is here! I have the honor to speak the famous last words;  of the Dutchbuzz season that is, until it resumes in September. For those who are packing their suitcases to go on …

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The Price of Durable Agriculture

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The Price of Durable AgricultureDutchbuzz blogs, News

by Ingrid Schippers on June 19, 2019 with 0 comment

In an interview with the Dutch daily newspaper “Algemeen Dagblad” the minister of agriculture of The Netherlands, Carola Schouten  announced her  plans on ‘kringlooplandbouw; roughly translated recycle- agriculture. Several millions are to be invested into this project over the coming years. In the article Schouten explains how the last couple of decades were marked by …

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3 Tools for Self Care

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3 Tools for Self CareBody language of Energy, Dutchbuzz blogs, Nan Yar Who Am I personal development cards, News

by Ingrid Schippers on June 4, 2019 with 0 comment

Audio recording of the abridged version of  3 Tools for Self Care, as broadcasted in the radioprogram for internationals ‘Dutchbuzz’  of June 4th 2019 on Den Haag FM, 9.00 pm 3 tools for self care – a 3 minute listen.   How often are you aware of the fact that it is easier to observe …

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Suddenly I see

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Suddenly I seeDutchbuzz blogs, Nan Yar Who Am I personal development cards, News, Personal thoughts

by Ingrid Schippers on May 28, 2019 with 0 comment

Audio recording  ‘Who else could have done it?” as broadcasted in the radioprogram for internationals ‘Dutchbuzz’ of May 28  9 pm on Den Haag FM. Suddenly I see… a 3 minute listen   There are those moments in life where suddenly, while I’m right in the middle of doing something daily-life-like; in between the hustle …

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Who else could have done it?

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Who else could have done it?Dutchbuzz blogs, Nan Yar Who Am I personal development cards, News, Personal thoughts

by Ingrid Schippers on May 21, 2019 with 0 comment

Audio recording  ‘Who else could have done it?” as broadcasted in the radioprogram for international ‘Dutchbuzz’ on Den Haag FM, every Tuesday from 09.00-10.00 pm.   I am blessed to be the proud mother of 4 children, 2 girls, 2 boys, now all in their twenties; traveling the world and doing their own thing. Throughout …

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What Do We Teach Our Children?

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What Do We Teach Our Children?Dutchbuzz blogs, News

by Ingrid Schippers on May 7, 2019 with 0 comment

What do we teach our children when we offer them plastic hair-dye toy horses in advance of a ceremony commemorating the people that perished in the second war? I was thinking that when I was watching television on the evening of May fourth just before 8 pm, waiting for the annual broadcast of the ceremony …

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