Saorsa’s Scribbles

As you may already have noticed I come up with pretty far-fetched theories sometimes – and this one is no different, except I now believe that there may be more than a grain of truth in it. I’ve attached a foto I took in 2006 in a particular spot (in the middle of nowhere)  in […]

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A Scottish alternative to the Queen’s speech… A cynical look at 2011 It’s been a braw year if you’re part of the 1%! As always in old age, the year appears to come around so quickly – this time last year we were all knee-deep in snow and the country had come to a standstill […]

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A Recipe for Life

by Lesley

If only it were that easy… So what’s missing – is there something I’ve forgotten?     

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The old-timers amongst us may think I’m about to launch into a song, but this couldn’t be further from the truth, although this is still very much a love story… I haven’t met a parent yet who doesn’t want a better life for their child/ren and for future generations but… most are completely unaware of […]

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The Future is Bright Dear Future, Wow, am I pleased to meet you! All my life I’ve been waiting and you’ve finally arrived… I’ve been meaning to write you but it’s just never been the right time, until now. I don’t have to tell you much because you have such a great relationship with my […]

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Dear Past, As another phase begins in my life I feel it’s my duty to space-clear, making way for the new stuff coming in, so I hope you don’t mind me dumping on you! Firstly I’d like to thank you for all the lessons you’ve provided; not quite FOC (free of charge), but I doubt […]

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Today’s Buddha

by Lesley

I often wonder when people have been quoted who they were speaking to at that particular time and if it would be different were they speaking to another. I decided to attempt to contextualise some quotes from the one known as Buddha, the Enlightened One, into something which may be just as relevant and appropriate […]

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Dragon’s Bay

by Lesley

At Dragon’s Bay, everyone was happy basking in the sun, playing with friends and family… Mama dragon was happiest of all, she loved to see her offspring enjoying the sunshine and sand. She watched over them with tenderness, encouraging them to explore and be adventurous yet being extra vigilant lest one of them become injured. […]

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Snow White may be one of our most well-known childrens’ stories but one where only a few would seek alternative meanings. A long time ago while chatting to a friend we discussed the following subject at length ~ disagreeing with the positions of certain personalities in particular energy centres. This I put down to one […]

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A ‘bad’ start

by Lesley

It seems like the day was getting off to a really bad start. I was up long before dawn after only a few hours sleep. I was still feeling quite groggy but had to pull myself together quickly to arrive on the River City set for the allotted time of 7.45am, approximately 20 miles from […]

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