war

WW II – Woman’s War II As we approach the full moon in October 2014 and I reflect on all that’s happened in the past month, I’m further intrigued by the message from the ‘Woman with the Staff’, referred to in my last post, A Woman’s War. I’ve been acutely aware of the inspiration and […]

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It’s been a tough week with harsh outcomes, so a time of rest and reflection was called for – and it’s all only now, making sense to me. My thinking goes back to the Grandmother’s Fire Ceremony held in Roslin Glen by visiting Native American Grandmothers, where a woman guardian of the Templars spoke gently […]

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Just last week a nice lady knocked on my front door; I’d seen her approach carrying her collection tin and I felt no guilt or shame in politely replying in the negative to her request for a red poppy donation. You see, as a committed pro-peace activist (I don’t waste my energy on ‘anti’ anything) […]

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That title should perhaps have a question mark at the end… who knows now what is reasonable after last week’s rioting in London (and its causes), following closely on the heels of various scandals over the past year of MP’s fiddling expenses and the enforced austerity cuts. For me this is almost a natural progression […]

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