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A few weeks ago I was speaking to a friend of mine who helps with the rehabilitation of people who have had a Stroke. Something he said really struck me and I wanted to share it and some other thoughts … Continue reading
A short blog today. Watch the short video clip if you’ve not seen it before and then read on (the clip probably won’t show up in e-mail, so e-mail followers will have to open todays blog in their web browser … Continue reading
If you have not heard ‘Happy’ by Pharrell Williams then I don’t know what planet you have been living on. It’s such a great song and listening to it will make most people feel happier (my daughter has just let … Continue reading
The world cup is fast approaching. England played last night and whilst they won 3-0 they weren’t playing the best opposition in the world, their victory does give us some hope. I don’t think that many (or any?) people expect … Continue reading
I recently watched the film ‘Faster’ starring Dwayne The Rock Johnson as ‘the Driver’. He is released from prison and sets about finding and killing the people who killed his brother. An assassin is sent to stop him and there … Continue reading
The Archbishop of Canterbury Justin Welby and the Bishop of Chelmsford Stephen Cottrell visited the Joy youth event near Colchester where Archbishop Welby spoke about prayer. They decided to have a go at the gladiator joust together. I would love … Continue reading