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Absence I’ve come to understand that absence lies at the heart of our seeing more clearly. It’s often in something’s absence that we suddenly begin to see, whatever it is, in a new light. Absence has this wonderful capacity to … Continue reading

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From My Notebook

Some words from Eckhart Tolle I’ve found to be deeply meaningful. Not easy to live out, but I believe, to be at the heart of life.

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A Man’s Story

I remember visiting an elderly man who had lost his wife suddenly. He lived alone in a small flat and had a daughter and son-in-law who popped in regularly just to make sure he was coping.The times I spent with … Continue reading

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Don’t Kiss Granny or Grandad

A high-five or wave should replace a family kiss. This was suggested by Lucy Emmerson coordinator of the UK’s Sex Education Forum. Speaking to parents she advised them to stop persuading their young children to kiss a granny or an … Continue reading

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Painting With Words – A Perpetual Bow

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A Crumbling Bridge

When the bridges start crumbling, we lose touch, and fragment.

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London – Bronze Pieces in Soho Square

I was fascinated by these four life-sized bronze pieces form a collective that Bruce Denny has entitled ‘Intrigue’. There are two men and two women with one couple close together and the other wider apart.┬áThe placard, next to the statues, … Continue reading

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