Tag Archives: Acceptance

The rise and fall of the formerly superior Danish social security system

I have to apologize for blogging so frequently in Danish. This blog was first and foremost intended to be an English-speaking blog but lately (well over the last year at least) my priorities have swerved more towards an active political … Continue reading

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Screw my depression

This is a blog post from Mia. Her original post is found here but it is in Danish and I have translated it because it is so important, so essential that 6 million danes benefitting from it simply is not … Continue reading

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Love thy neighbour – if you can….

Today is the day we celebrate love. Valentines day. Through social media we have become ardent speakers of love. On television we watch programs on love. There is true love, blind love, painful love, tough love, love for your children, … Continue reading

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Beating around the bush – or jumping off a cliff to avoid it…

Above title could refer to the fact that unlike all other bloggers I did not make a post about the Newton school shooting. But it doesn’t. I was equally grieved and appalled but with Noah’s paralysed small intestine, I have … Continue reading

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So… What kind of person do I want to be?

I have been missing in action for a while, but only blog wise, as we have been working hard on building the cornerstones of The Noah Lequime Foundation. Not only that, but I have been contemplating some small changes in … Continue reading

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What kind of person do you want to be?

Times are toughening up. What looked to be an economy crash but mending seems to have longer prospects for healing. Now I am in no way an economist, neither interested in how people manage to accumulate wealth in the numbers … Continue reading

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