Tag Archives: commitment

The Trouble With Friendship & Relationship

It is often when we are at our most vulnerable that we appreciate the true value of things we often take for granted or simply don’t see. Over the years I have been blessed with great friends but I’m not … Continue reading

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Lazy, Anti-Social & Selfish?

  Lazy, Anti-Social & Selfish? So reads the title of a book I’m currently reading, given to me by my son Matt. It’s very timely for me & has reminded me about some important lessons, some of which, I’m sad … Continue reading

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A Graceful Flight Starts With A Lot Of Effort & Energy

  Sometimes our efforts seem clumsy at first, but eventually, with practice, we can fly gracefully.

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Yet What I Can I Give; Give My Heart

These are pretty much the words from a famous Carol we sing here in the UK at Christmas.  But I think that as a principle, this is a great starting point for whatever we do. These words to paint a … Continue reading

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If I Was Going There, I Wouldn’t Start From Here!

… so stated Sir Terry Wogan on his Radio 2 Breakfast Show a few years ago. The answer was apparently given by a man in Dublin when he was asked by a tourist how to get to the airport. The … Continue reading

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Bridge Builder, Pace Setter or Record Breaker?

How often do we come up against an issue or problem and immediately think, “I can’t do that“? How often do we look to others to solve our problems because we feel inadequate? Why do we think others find things … Continue reading

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