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Creating Space (continued)

James and Simon have been here for two days, and their work is done, for now.  Four larches and a leylandii have come down, and it was the right course of action to take.  The lime tree that was being distorted and squashed is standing proud, drinking in the light and air now available to […]
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Creating Space

Living as I do in a beautiful, rural part of Wales, my garden has a lot of mature trees which have self-seeded naturally, blow in from the mountains and fields around the property.  Many are old now, and are so big they are crowding other trees and are in danger of falling and doing damange […]
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The gift of wealth

A well known and very successful financial investor was speaking yesterday about his attitude to money.  This man, a billionaire many times over, nonetheless has chosen to live in a modest suburban house and drive an ordinary family car bought several years ago when on special offer. He is not mean with his money, hoarding […]
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Nick Griffin

Did you watch Question Time last night? - So much judgment and prejudice, and not just from Nick Griffin. Much food for thought.
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Times

There is such a sense of timelessness at the moment, but also a sense that time as we have known it is about to stop in its tracks, go backwards and meet the future - and we will be caught up in the middle of it. That really will sort the sheep from the goats, […]
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What a cat can teach

As I drove to Anglesey yesterday I saw a black and white cat lying dead by the side of the country road.  Being the owner of two cats, and an animal lover, this made me sad for a moment, but I sent it a little blessing and carried on my journey.  Returning several hours later, […]
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Living in the now

There was a report today about a lady who, following a brain haemorrhage, found her memory constantly lapsed after about ten minutes.  So, if she was in a restaurant, she had no idea of where she was, what city or country she was in or how she came to be there.  Not unnaturally, this caused […]
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Limitlessness

I watched a spider this morning, gently weaving a web between the kitchen ceiling and a chair.  It struck me, as it came and went, that it made no defimition of what and where it was, instead it saw the chair not as a piece of polished wood but as a perfect vehicle for living. […]
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Politics and Judgment

The current expenses debacle in British politics is a marvellous example of karma in action, the Law of Cause and Effect.  It is ironic that the Legg enquiry was initiated by the Prime Minister for short term PR expediency, but is backfiring spectacularly now in a way that is personally and politically disastrous. It may […]
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Transitions

When I planned and launched my new website, I knew there might be teething problems during the transition from the old system to the new - and so it has proved to be. My website team (Headweb) has been wonderful, and between us all we tested and re-tested the technology, but despite all our efforts […]
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