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Random Post - Hamilton-esque (Hacked Off)

I’m using this image (pretty as it is, rather in the manner of David Hamilton) to explain why I’ve been less than active for the past few days: the fact is that I can’t access my… 167 more words

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Dvořák’s Stabat Mater: A brilliant start to the year

The Choir’s 2015 concert season got off to a brilliant start with a Great Hall performance on 3 May of Dvořák’s wonderful Stabat Mater. Dvořák marked a new direction in Grads’ repertoire and a thoroughly satisfying one at that. 989 more words

Former Terrorist Finds New Life in Christ

Thursday is for Discipleship

I love a good story of redemption and the one below is just that. It is from Kairos Journal and should give joy to everyone who knows and loves the gospel of Jesus Christ. 689 more words

Žensko telo: Fotografije (II deo)

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© Peter Lindbergh

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© David Hamilton

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Perform Two Acts of Kindness and Call Me in the Morning

“The little unremembered acts of kindness and love are the best parts of a person’s life.” (William Wordsworth)

There is a growing body of evidence that kindness is not only good for the world, it’s good for our health. 

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Kindness

The head of woman is man: John Knox is alive and well and speaks for Scottish Labour (sic)


If you believed John Knox long dead you would be wrong. He is dead but his coarse ranting against the unnatural desires of women to assume equality with men live on in the hearts and minds of the Labour Party in Scotland, as was made apparent in the rapturous reception and support for its stark misogynist message to the women of Scotland last weekend. 703 more words

Dundee and Tony Blair

Does Lesley Brennan stand a chance as the Labour PPC in Dundee East?

Electoral Calculus says no – Stewart Hosie has both the benefit of being the incumbent MP and the candidate on the rising tide of SNP votes. 1,064 more words

Scottish Politics