Monthly Archives: September 2010

Thoughts on the origins of Asperger’s Syndrome???

Here’s some thoughts I often have: I often tend to think that the lesser or milder versions of this condition is actually a good and beneficial quality.  With this oversensitivity to perception it seems to of given some people in … Continue reading

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Thoughts on managing Asperger’s Syndrome???

Here’s one of my thoughts: I tend to have this notion that the Asperger’s condition has a lot to do with over concentration and over sensitivity.  As a result, I tend to feel the “managing” of these qualities is very … Continue reading

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Quotes from King Charles I at his trial and execution

Here are some quotes from King Charles I during his trial: Saturday, January 20, 1649 “I would know by what power I am called hither.”  (his first statement in the trial) “Now, I would know by what authority – I … Continue reading

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Thoughts on the character of King Charles I

I’ve always wondered:  What was King Charles like, as a person and a human being? Here are some of my thoughts at this time (which is all speculation of course): I always thought I’d find a polite, kind, and considerate … Continue reading

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On the importance of being thankful

I think it’s very important to occasionally think and feel thankful for things in life. To me, this includes simple things like being healthy, being able to move and walk around, being able to experience things, being able to do … Continue reading

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