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Justice for Michal Sobolak

When Michal Sobolak died in a car crash in Cheltenham two years ago it looked like an open and shut case.

The car Mr Sobolak was thrown from was registered to him, and the two people who were with him said he was driving. 134 more words


Charles Williams was drunk-texting on Christmas

Apparently, if you believe @Oddest_Inkling, Charles Williams and C. S. Lewis went on a road trip on Christmas Eve and Christmas Day. In case you missed it, here’s what CW tweeted out (plus a few interjections from his followers). 2,831 more words


My fascination with King David and family

In preparation for writing The Solomon Project, I have been reading the story of King David. As David has been selected as a particular favorite of The Lord in spite of his many sins, it’s inappropriate for me to judge him. 3,772 more words


Games Played September 2015

Games Purchased 

  • Cosmic Encounter (gift for Michal)

Games Played

  • Uno
  • Camel Up
  • The Manhattan Project

It took some time to get to it, some time to understand the rules, and some effort to fund a place where we could spread out all the parts, but Michal and I finally played The Manhattan Project this month. 187 more words

Special art exhibition in our Koscierzyna clinic in Poland

The 80th birthday of one of its patients was the perfect occasion for Poland’s Koscierzyna centre to display his artistic skills.

On 29 September, a special art exhibition took place in Diaverum’s centre in Koscierzyna to celebrate the 80th birthday of Mr Michal — a patient who has been on haemodialysis for over seven years. 200 more words


Story of Dawud (a.s)

When the two armies faced each other, Goliath challenged any soldier from King Saul’s army to single combat, as was the custom of battle in those days. 2,700 more words

Prophets Of Allah

Ph1, Context & Narrative part 2, 513323, Project 2 image & text

Project 2 Image & text


These images are from the Guardian newspaper and were clearly labelled. Good images that left no ambiguity. In the first image, a film still, the text firmly anchors the picture. 1,884 more words