Follow in the Footsteps
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Such a sad day. My heart is full of gratitude for this great man. I lived In South Africa for five years so I can understand the monumental impact he had on changing the country. He showed us how to … Read More

Imprisoned Emotions – The Ripple Effect
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I have just received one of several letters sent to me from an American prisoner who found me in a rather bizarre way. He has a criminal history going back many years, in fact since he was 16 years old. … Read More

Adventures on the Journey
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I absolutely love Christmas! I get excited about it at least four weeks before it arrives – which is about now. I love the preparation as much as the event, which is just as well as I do go a … Read More

Can You Love Yourself Enough to Forgive Them?
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How do you forgive someone who has hurt you badly? For most of us the answer is: with difficulty. But it can be done. We feel the pain most when someone has put their own needs and desires ahead of … Read More

Finding Your Voice
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As this is my first blog I thought it would be appropriate to talk about finding your voice. A friend of mine started blogging a few months ago and she was excited that it gave her an opportunity to speak … Read More

What Did You Say, Dear?
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Since I returned from my holiday to the Seychelles at the beginning of January I have been laid low with an ear infection which caused me to cancel my South African visit. As several of you have been asking, I … Read More

The Power of You Healing Events
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The wonderful aspect of delegating comes into its own especially when you are ill or under par! I have been struggling with my health (ears actually) for a few weeks now and sadly have had to cancel my trip to … Read More

Giant Nuts, Angels and Connections with God
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Dear Friends It seems a long time since I blogged but I have had an interesting start to this year. I saw the New Year in with friends in Palma Majorca then soon after whizzed off to The Seychelles for … Read More

Welcome to 2014 and the Balancing Act of Daily Life
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My husband Tony and I walk out in the New Forest countryside with our dogs, Supa and Harry every day we are are not travelling. These walks are an essential part of my balancing act. They give us the opportunity … Read More

The Power we can get from a Sense of Humour
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Every year we have a gathering, a party, a reunion with a number of friends who I have known for many years. This group has become known as our “French Crowd” not because of their nationality but because for twenty-five … Read More

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