Life in Seychelles
Answering questions on life in Seychelles
I’ve recently been contacted by a couple seriously considering a move to Seychelles, as this to them seems like the paradise they’ve been looking for. In trying to answer questions in all honesty and convey the true essence of life here … or at least the true essence of life here as I know it … I’ve come up with some pretty good blog material.
What life in Seychelles is like? Well, that depends.
Our life, for example, is very quiet. We have two little kids, so we’re not big on nightlife. In fact, most of the time we’re in bed by 9pm with a good book. An evening out usually means dinner with friends at someone’s house. Weekends are taken up with chores and beach time and the occasional Scrabble game.
Other people live other ways, of course, and the discos are busy on many nights. Some expats spend all their time with other expats, set up reading and craft groups … bored housewife stuff like that I have no time for. The people with boats do boat stuff, divers dive, hikers hike, since living on a tropical island makes it easy to do tropical island-enjoying things………….
Life in Russia
A Paradoxical Question?
We all have questioned which came first the Chicken or the Egg. There was a time when this paradox would get me thinking until my mind would be scrambled. If that wasn’t enough years later a new paradox was revealed for contemplation, I heard the question, “What would happen if an unstoppable force hit an immovable object”? Could the answer to this question lie somewhere in the known universe? It takes the coined phrase “thinking outside the box” to even begin to answer this paradox. The world is filled with unanswered paradoxes that take on all different kinds of forms. As a believer of truth there is the question, ” what if all truths are knowable, then all truths must in fact be known”. These are all interesting but the dilemma that I have really questioned is if God knew how we will decide when he created us, how can there be free will……………………….