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Him | Lee Lubbee

That’s what friends are for…

I’m sure we have all used that phrase or at least heard it being said even to ourselves by friends, “Well, thats what friends are for”. A few weeks ago I began to wonder about this statement and what it means and implies. Truly, WHAT are friends for? Are we friends for ourselves or are we friends for the people we become friends with. We have Instagram pictures and Facebook to show us face value of friendships and what they are perceived to be but, are we basing our  ...

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The Fight

So a little background would be in order so as not to assume I am mad or losing the plot. For a while there have been a few things that I have battled with, and sometimes still do. We all have insecurities, doubts, fears and just tough thoughts we need to overcome. Of late mine have been confidence and my manhood taking a knock. These are 2 main constant struggles that I do face and sometimes I win and others I get knocked out. So one day I wrote some thoughts and it turned out more like a  ...

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Change is as good as a holiday

Over the past few weeks we have gone through a couple changes, maybe even going further as the past few years we have gone through changes (you can read Kelly’s previous post about one of them). Some seem big and some seem small, however change is always hard. Not sure about anyone else but the one statement that really grates my carrot in the midst of change is “change is as good as a holiday”. Firstly that never makes sense to me as I don’t really like change,  ...

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Red Bull Gives You wings!

Have you ever needed a boost? A boost of energy, joy, confidence or just something to make you feel better for a bit? We used to do these mission trips to a place called Kidds Beach just outside of East London when we still lived in Durban. It was at least an 11-13 hour drive at the best of times. With a few stops and a quantum full of youth kids it was a long journey. The return drive was sometimes the hardest part of the trip. After a full 10 days of sun, fun, kids and early mornings/late  ...

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