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A Sincere Supporter of Vaccinations writes a list of views for his position on his Facebook page. His words make me feel uncomfortable. Here is why…

A sincere supporter of vaccinations wrote this message to his Facebook Friends.  He said he copied the text with a few adjustments and readers can too.

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Aged 20, I bought my first Bob Dylan album in 1964. Freewheelin Bob Dylan. Here are links to five favourite songs on this album. Plus background.

BACKGROUND

I first heard songs of 22-year-old Bob Dylan on BBC Radio in 1963. At that time, music critics described his voice as having a nasal twang.

The lyrics of several of the songs he penned captured my imagination. Outside of folk music, most songs focussed on personal relationships. Continue reading 



GOING DEEP IN MEDITATION. Zoom Teachings/Practices. Tuesday 7- 11 September 2021. Starting 20.00. Israel time. See other time zones in text. CET is one hour behind Israel.

Do join our Zoom teachings/practices between from a Tuesday evening 7 September to a Saturday morning starting 11 September – Israel time.
Participants appreciate the opportunity to attend teachings/practices and explore mindfulness and meditation at home.
The sessions provide an opportunity for depth and inner renewal.
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Desire. Longing. Inner Balance. Guided Meditation. Talk. Q and A. Wednesday 1 September 2021. Israel. 20.30-22.00. (CET start 19.30. UK at 18.30, New York – 13.30.

This is information on two upcoming Zoom teachings. Israel kindly hosts the meetings.
Registration details are below.
Do join.
A single sentence can change a life.

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Covid-19. Delta Variant. Can we come to conclusions about the future? Here are some. I wish time will prove me wrong.

I made my way up the hill from Totnes to get the second Pfizer jab last Saturday morning (21 August 2021). I had no enthusiasm for the first jab and no enthusiasm for the second jab. The jab-happy might think getting the jab shows common-sense. Others regard it as common-sense not to have the jab. Continue reading 




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