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Eighty years ago this nation was at a crisis. Politicians of the day worked together for the good of Britain and Europe. The monarch was respected and brought hope to the people suffering – visiting Coventry after the horrific bombings, … Continue reading
Big Bang was about 14 billion years ago; the universe is older and bigger than we can possibly imagine. Dinosaurs were on the earth for over a hundred million of years, a thousand times longer than the humans have been … Continue reading
It is 14th November 2018, just three days after the Remembrance Sunday where we promise not to forget the loss of lives in the 1914-18 and other wars. I am woken by Radio 3: “The headlines today … Half of … Continue reading
We have just celebrated Remembrance Day, and we are in the lead up to another day of remembering an event that modern philosophy would view as tragic. Jesus Christ was born specifically with the deliberate destiny of dying a horrific … 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
It should be very rewarding to be in employment. There should be dignity to providing for yourself, and knowing that you are making a contribution to society. There should be wellbeing associated with the knowledge of where the next meal … Continue reading
The chart below shows the income distribution in the UK (latest figures available from government statistics) and the corresponding amount that you can borrow if you have a 10% deposit (using the Halifax building society mortgage calculator). Two thirds of … Continue reading
Think about this carefully. It is the route to national and individual healing. If we are a wealthy banker and are angry and unforgiving of those who voted for Brexit, then this prayer gives the Brexit voter permission to be … Continue reading