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Echoes of Jericho

May 5, 2012

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When the lights go out  darkness reigns. This is true. However, lights also come on. A fact important to remember.  As someone much wiser than my self once put it, darkness is not the opposite of light, it is the absence of light. In which case, what is important is shining the light in the […]

Jericho

April 7, 2012

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About an hours walk from my home, uphill all the way, you can stand at the summit of Cosdon Beacon beside a bronze age burial cairn made from granite stones. Here, breathtaking views of Dartmoor in all directions, you will see no walls for five miles when looking due south. Not one. There are no […]

Gods and Monsters

December 17, 2011

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‘You’re a mean one, Mr Grinch’ but don’t you love him? The Grinch was gifted to the world in 1957 by Dr. Seus. His loathsome characteristic’s combine to make him the perfect Christmas villain, or hero, depending on you point of view. However, his mean spirited traits, destined to spoil Christmas for every last Who, […]

Ex Libris

November 19, 2011

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Atticus Finch is dead. It is time to worry. His body lies in an unmarked grave, alongside those of his children, Jem and Scout. Boo Radley is amongst the missing. Many more are feared dead. Rest in peace George Milton, Lennie Small, Romeo, Juliet, Baloo, BigWig, Holden, Ishmael, Charlie Brown, Cathy, Heathcliff, Holmes, Watson, one […]