BUILDING BLOCKS

Classic building blocks Creative Contemplation I have always believed that everything happens for a reason, even though it often takes hindsight to recognise, and I tend to look at life's lessons as building blocks upon which to create our next chapter. Religious building blocks - apple & honey to bring…

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THE FOOD OF LOVE

If Music Be the Food Of Love... Twelfth Night's famous opening suggests that gorging on music will curb a person's appetite for love. In much the same way, Shakespeare believed that overindulgence would satiate hunger and deter a person from eating more. In fact, Shakespeare's plays are littered with references…

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PANDEMONIUM

This may seem like an extreme word to use, but read the definitions - all five of them - and tell me they don't apply to life right now. Or, at least, what we face in the near future. Unreal Wandering around Morrisons yesterday felt a lot like entering a…

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A Year In Review

It's customary I always write a post to mark the end of one year and the start of another. For whatever reason, the turning of the calendar never fails to prompt reflection and review. Despite paying little attention to New Year’s Eve from a celebratory perspective, there is no escaping…

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EASY ACCESS

What Does It Mean? The dictionary defines access as: 'the means or opportunity to approach or enter a place' which implies that it only refers to overcoming physical limitations. So is easy access simply describing entrances or exits which have been modified for wheelchair users? Is access made easy by the addition of a ramp, a…

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ONE YEAR ON

I'll get to the one year on in just a second. First thing's first... Apologies  I am a wee bit late with this post (due to less reliable Wi-Fi than anticipated, I am even later to post it than I was to write it!) which I could easily attribute to my taking…

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