Monthly Archives: October 2010

Blurry

I answered natures call on one of my many train journeys recently and strangely enough the windows of the loo caught my attention. It was blurry in order to provide the user with some much wanted privacy and hence all … Continue reading

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Freedom for all?

I’m turning into my father, with more hair and less beard.  Whether I want to or not, I find that as each year goes by, for better or worse I become more and more like my parents.  Most recently I’ve … Continue reading

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My brother’s keeper

I have been asked to take a devotion on the subject ‘Am I my brother’s keeper?,’ and am thinking hard on this – the earliest question that man posed to God and which unquestionably remains a prickly one. One can … Continue reading

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The Power of the Song

For generations, issues of racism and other oppressive elements have divided people and nations. But with time, as the oppressed get restless, they revolted but for no end. Violence was met with violence and hatred with hatred, every death was … Continue reading

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