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August 13, 2010

It is our largest organ according to those who are familiar with anatomy and the like….it is that which hold us together…I am fascinated with the phrase : Comfortable in One’ Skin…it say it all…when there is dis ease there follows disease….This has impacted on me since the current election discourse…Body language accounts for nearly 80% of what is communicated between people engaged in discourse….in observing the comfortablity indicator between the two of them it seems apparent to me that Ms Gillard IS comfortable in her skin, her delivery and composure exhibited when she holds forth contrasts greatly with that of Mr Abbott, who delivers from a skin in which he is not comfortable…this has nothing to do with policy but from where it is coming…there is little fakeness in what Ms Gillard speaks, there is no ‘er’ or ‘um’ continually interspersing in a staccato fashion, that forms a large part of Mr Abbbot’s delivery……we should be aware of this significant contrast…..a person who speaks from an uncomfortable skin is to be questioned, and examined.  With ease there is no disease….just some obsevations on the future of my country. which I now call: AUSTRLIA IN CRISIS.

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2 Comments leave one →
  1. dyoll09 permalink*
    August 13, 2010 5:21 pm

    I think you are on to something Ajarn..

  2. Mitchell Lane permalink
    September 26, 2010 11:01 am

    Your commentary comments are spot on. In a different life you would have made a great political commentator. You could do the same NOW, eh?
    Yet you are silent on 9.25.10…I’ll call you today before your 65th B-day on 28 Sept. 10.

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