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Since my ‘News update post‘ we’ve had the completion of a few important elections world-wide. The election which ‘seemingly’ most of the world has been interested in, has been the US one. I stand by my tweet concerning that election and agree with most of what another Phil has to say on the matter. Making … Read more

Why it takes a village – (Part 2 of 2)

It Takes a Village

In part one, I covered some of our personal experiences and history. We take our parental role seriously and we understand that effective parenting and leadership, is about influence and motivation to positive action. Life has those unknown external elements which are beyond our immediate control; they usually occur through the actions of others. However, … Read more

Voting and the 2019 UK elections

The UK general elections are 5 days away and there’s a noticeable increase in the political debates in both the MM and on my SMP of choice, Twitter. In previous posts, I mentioned I would be writing a couple of political related posts both on the elections and the environment. However, after taking a little … Read more

October 2019, BHM, Greta, XR, POTUS and countdown to Brexit?

October was an interesting month. Mainstream media was lapping up the polarising comments and (obviously parental assisted) mission of Greta Thunberg. There was the both annoying and disruptive, ‘coming out’ of those (with more money and time on their hands, than sense) XR Cult members, a.k.a. Extinction Rebellion. The continual 2-Party US political war, continues, … Read more

Britain, Brexit and Politics in general

Unless you’ve been on walk-about in the outback or went off-grid in some remote Southern hemisphere rain forest for the last couple of years, you would be well aware of the Brexit “situation” Britain finds itself in. As human beings, our relationship with politics is a funny one. * Some see it as the so-called … Read more

Team #McCoco and @g.e.m.s.life

Tennis and Football(Soccer), have always been sports I’ve enjoyed, both playing and watching. My footballing days are well and truly over but I still love to get out and play tennis when I can. I’ve been very impressed by the young American tennis duo at the 2019 US Open, Catherine McNally and Coco Gauff. They … Read more

Homosexuality…no fear, no phobia, no hate…my view

If you were to believe certain sections of the media, you would believe there was some sort of ‘new liberated consciousness’ on the rise. As per my Tweet, I’m a firm believer that we are undergoing a major re-cycle of human behaviour and attitudes. That being said, there are many who incorrectly judge those of … Read more

The Royal Wedding and Michael Curry’s message on Love

Original post date: 20th May 2018 Wow…what a great weekend, the weather was wonderful and then there was the wedding of the second son of the departed Princess Diana, Mr & Mrs Windsor (A.K.A. Harry and Megan). The net (especially social media) was on-fire, as you probably are aware, the chatter concerned the 13 or … Read more

They may be in some religions but not in True Christianity

Some make a religion out of them, some religions have their foundations built on them. Some foolishly mistake and connect them to Christianity, while others ‘who study’ know they have nothing to do with a ‘true’ belief (in the teachings of) and relationship with, Jesus Christ and becoming a disciple. Xenophobia and prejudice, those crazy … Read more

Correct Terms

We follow historical man-made traditions easily, sometimes without questioning whether those traditions are correct or even necessary. In terms of relating to ourselves and our fellow human beings, we have to realise and understand that, yes, there are racists, however, they are ‘spiritual entities’ and haters of the human race. As for us humans…there is … Read more

Religion is the cause of…

Whether you have listened to Lee Stoneking’s teaching re: ‘3 Kinds of Christianity’, or you have done your own research. You would have realised that the early church (i.e. the believers in the teachings of Jesus Christ) had their ‘Christian’ beliefs firmly rooted within a Judaic, monotheistic foundation. Due to being ostracised by those who … Read more

Identifying cults and the cult mind-set

When the word ‘cult’ is mentioned, I believe there is an automatic link (in the minds of many) to think of religious groups. The dictionary definitions back up my theory… “A system of religious beliefs”…”The sect following such a system”…”An extravagant admiration for a person or idea”. More than religious groups However the reality is, … Read more