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Surya Yoga at sunrise

Meditation at Sunrise

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I have just spent six weeks at the Bonfin, the  international spiritual community in the south of France, where the master gave the vast majority of his lectures. 343 more words

Omraam Mikhael Aivanhov

Coursework notes

Birdsong & Owen: World War I- common setting and language

Catch 22: World War II

Birdsong: Personal, causes of war

Catch 22 & Owen: Contemporary and ‘live’ (real-life experience) 53 more words

Blog Post

"I Think I'll Call It Morning" Gil Scott-Heron

I’m gonna take myself a piece of sunshine

And paint it all over my sky
Be no rain..
Be no rain..

I’m gonna take the song from every bird…

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mud and silence, 20th September 2014

mud…….. on the brain………… I remember once when I had to cross a muddy bog, or was it a boggy mud?…… anyway, I had this theory that if I moved fast enough the sheer momentum would get me across without barely touching the ground, or in this case the mud……. 288 more words


You are old Father William...

You are old, Father William,” the young man said

And your hair has become very white;
And yet you incessantly stand on your head— 658 more words

Life's Vagaries

Year of Grace, Day 3. On Biodiversity and Beautiful Patterns

Today was the second day of the International BION Conference, Biodiversity Today for Tomorrow.  I am so grateful to  be able to attend this conference because places were rather limited. 184 more words


Literary genres in the opening of 'Birdsong'

Language of war is used when Azaire is talking about the work force and the situation his business is in, ‘retrench’. Faulks uses war language when talking about the Azaire family as this foreshadows war.  223 more words