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Keep The Faith

Reflecting on life (and death) enables me to dig deep in my gratitude tank and pull out all the thanks and praise to He who is worthy of it. You will never hear me refer to anyone (who has to eat and use the bathroom just like me) as ‘his excellency’, ‘your royal highness’, ‘your … Read more

Consider this – The Vaccine (3of3)

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Previous – Consider this – The Vaccine (part 2 of 3) There are always solutions The best solution to resisting sickness and disease is to try to maintain good health and fitness. I recently shared an account concerning contracting a serious case of food poisoning at the end of January. If my health wasn’t as … Read more

Consider this – The Vaccine (2of3)

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Previous – Consider this – The Vaccine (part 1 of 3) History reveals I’m not an historian, there are obviously some good contemporary historians, sharing unbiased truths, giving specific dates and times in which historical events and incidents occurred. However, In watching the documentaries and doing some additional research. After the 1st world war, where … Read more

Consider this – The Vaccine (1of3)

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As you read this post, I hope you are in good health, especially immune health and you understand the difference between, fitness and health. I commend all the health care workers, who continue to “do their jobs” in the midst of this plandemic. Most have an understanding of the difficulties they face, especially the individuals … Read more

Some divine truths for us all to remember

Adonai Yeshua Hamashiach (The Alpha & Omega and Father of ALL spirits…A.K.A. God!) has given us all directives, especially those in positions of leadership. Three important truths… 1 “Greater love has no man than this, than to lay down one’s life for his friends.” 2 “But he who is greatest among you, shall be your … Read more

Exodus to the motherland, home before home

Exodus to the motherland

It’s been a minute. I hope you and yours are well. It has been a while, since my last post, the Blog may have been quiet but my life has most definitely not been. My account is still live on Twitter but YouTube have decided to remove my recent comments on other YouTubers channels. I’ve … 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

No 26-Wedding Anniversary

Phil and Lois Gayle

I hope you are doing well. We are living in, what I have been calling, interesting times. At the start of 2020 we heard about a virus which was sweeping through parts of Asia but didn’t think it would become as aggressive and as feared by a large percentage, as it has. Bible believing readers … Read more

Times and Seasons, Life and Death

Four Seasons

I’m processing right now and taking a moment to share some thoughts. I’ve been working on chapters of the book(s), specifically looking at the parenting side of life as well as ethnicity and colour. I’ve written about my lack of relationship with both my dad and ex-step dad and I’ve also mentioned the relationship I’ve … Read more

An Editor, A Literary Agent, The Publisher and Dot Com only

Blog platforms like WordPress and Blogger and social media platforms, bring writers together along with the all important ‘readers’. Writing can be a very lonely art, especially if those you know (in real life) are not avid readers, or your subject matter, is of no interest to them. I’m so grateful for the people I … Read more

Being Single

With the exception of sharing our mothers wombs with our siblings, as part of twins, triplets or more, our ‘Genesis points’ usually begins in singularity. We obviously live most of our child-hood as a single person and (as mentioned in my ‘Single and Secure’ post) we learn about relationships from those around us. Worldly contradictions … Read more

Don’t Settle

We go through life with differing attitudes, our expectations can be positive, negative or a combination of both, depending on our past experiences, emotional/spiritual state and how we choose to deal with others. The saying “misery loves company”, is true, therefore it’s possible for miserable people to attract others and have a relationship. However, in … Read more