Our first snow!!! – a good interview – the birth of a new arts centre

A cold start to the day We awoke this morning to an unnaturally white ceiling in our bedroom, a reflection of the snow upon the garden. I can't remember the last time it snowed in Midsomer Norton. It must have been about three years ago. An interview where everything is right I am just now listening to an interview with Pam Gregory who is one of the relatively few astrologers that I listen to...

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Monks, aliens and cherished memories

Satan discussion - continued. this time between Brian (Ed) and friend John Brian: To maintain coherence as a human being, I have become convinced of the need to maintain certain pointers in our mind for example the consistency of a moral compass. does an act lead to unity or divisiveness and looking at the cause rather than the symptoms and abstracting the principles from them. The coalescence...

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Why do I bother listening to the ‘News’? plus Ladybird Books Exhibition

Why do I bother to watch the news particularly in the morning? I'm getting sick of the repetition, the hypocrisy, the partial truths or the plain and simple lies and the sheer exhaustion of listening to people interrupting each other trying to score points. I have had enough. Instead, I have decided to start my day as from now with Trans World Radio which is a Christian broadcasting station...

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Public Service – the World Health Organisation – spring flowers

  My digestive problems continue. Yesterday I had a talk with my friend about bread. so as a result I decided to cut out all bread with the exception of baguettes. I shall also refrain from drinking wine, red, and also coffee. Strangely I can drink latte without any effect. Also I still tend to eat like a teenager and have far bigger portions than I really need so I'm trying to cut that...

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Is bread poisonous? – captivating videos

Conversation with a dietician about bread Me - Even at my senior age my interest in learning does not diminish, in fact it increases. Friend - Me too, I am always very keen to learn more Me yes it never ends you see that's the wonderful thing. Friend -  when we die we don't stop learning. There is no end to it. Me - I'm really sad that I may have to give  up eating bread. Because you see the the...

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What I actually did today – VideoFest

This morning I went with Francoise to start the day by having breakfast at Wetherspoons. The mornings before 9:30 is blessed because there are very few people there, service is vast, and there is blessed silence so I can read my messages, drink my one or perhaps two cups of coffee if I feel like it and contemplate my day .I was having a discussion with my friend this morning about who to trust....

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March 2024