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Category Archives: A call to action
Across the country, philanthropists in previous generations established charities to help the poor. If you search the charity commission website for the name ‘poor’ you will find many of them. Many have run their course and fulfilled their purpose, but … Continue reading
The earth’s climate has seen dramatic change. Four and a half billion years ago, the earth was formed. Its atmosphere had massively high levels of carbon dioxide, and there was very little oxygen. Miraculously, life originated in this extremely hostile … Continue reading
8th June 2017 was so much more than just a General Election. I am writing this on June 9th with a joyful heart. I give thanks that Love, Joy, Peace, Kindness, Gentleness, Faithfulness, Patience, Goodness and Self Control are not … Continue reading
“Stop telling lies. Let us tell our neighbours the truth for we are all part of the same body.” “Get rid of all bitterness, rage, anger, harsh words and slander, as well as all types of evil behaviour. Instead, be … Continue reading
the whole question of where Britain ranks in the world economy has absolutely NOTHING to do with whether Britain is great. What matters is whether Britain is becoming more human. Continue reading
There was a time when it was wrong to tell a lie. There was a time when we were taught that “if you can’t say something nice, don’t say anything at all.” There was a time when we were taught … Continue reading
Behaviour like that of Philip Green is more than just the unacceptable face of capitalism, it is the root cause of the turmoil in our country and world today. The greed of the very rich caused the deprivation in the … Continue reading
The result of the vote is likely to have little or no impact on me personally, so why do I come across as passionate that we should stay in? Because I care deeply about the wellbeing and spiritual health of … Continue reading
Economic growth is seen as a good thing. More economic activity generates more taxes and so allows the government more money to spend on healthcare, education, and welfare. Society benefits from extra spend on these issues. But forecasters say that … Continue reading