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There was much practical advice along the way: the value of patience and of waiting; the wisdom in the balance of nature; the eradication of fears, especially the fear of death; the need for learning about trust and forgiveness; the importance of learning not to judge others, or to halt anyone’s life; the accumulation and use of intuitive powers; and, perhaps most of all, the unmistakable knowledge that we are immortal.
- The Prime Minister says he wants to end the ‘merry-go-round’ of workers being taxed before being given some of the money back in benefits.
- But with around half of welfare spending including pensions and child benefits already protected from cuts, it is becoming increasingly difficult to identify areas to wield the axe. 66 more words