After All Is Said And Done

24 Mar 19
My Journey back to Love

Non-vegan destroying himself/herself due to insufficiency of “something” which I cannot name lol.

24 Mar 19
St Columba's Presbyterian Church

Sermon on John 11:45-57, preached on Sunday, 24 March 2019. Bible Readings: (OT) Psalm 40:1-17 / (NT) John 11:44-57 Main Points: Introduction I. Jesus died to save the wicked II. Jesus died to accomplish God’s promise III. Jesus died to reconcile the sinners to God Conclusion INTRODUCTION This is what happened after Jesus’ raising Lazarus […]

24 Mar 19
A Microscope of Life

It was Saturday, one of those days when the sun decides to go wild and leave one perspiring like someone just removed from an oven. I rarely go out on Saturdays but today was different. I decided to go do some shopping in town. Exhausted from shopping, I decided it was time to go home […]

24 Mar 19
News Archives Uk

Alesha MacPhail Murderer Aaron Campbell is a dangerous psychopath who has a high risk of hurting himself again if he is ever released from prison. A group of international experts has warned. Renowned academics and criminal profilers insisted that Campbell should never be released after examining the details of the case that shocked Scotland. Her […]

24 Mar 19
the prosateur

My great Aunt Mabel won’t stop whispering in my ear. When are you getting married, you’re almost twenty three, I’d had my fourth child by then, she buzzes. Why are you wearing that dress, you look like a strumpet with your backside all high outside like a horse, she whines. The bedsheets aren’t folded right… […]

24 Mar 19
LivingOntheEdge

  Date:              24th March 2019 Location:       St. Michael’s A Sermon Preached by Tony Whatmough   Isaiah 55.1-9 1 Corinthians 10.1-13 Luke 13.1-9   The gospel reading for today on the face of it seems pretty grim!   Why do bad things happen to good people?   Or why do bad things happen to […]

24 Mar 19
Orthodox Daily Readings

Orthodox daily readings, saints and feasts celebrations, and fasting guidelines for 3/24/2019.

24 Mar 19
RIELPOLITIK

Source – journal-neo.org – “…The United States and the Anglo-European alliance is desperate. The leadership that has allowed America to consume 25% of all the available resources on the planet these last 70 years is in a fix. Venezuela and the rest of Latin America can help postpone what Matt Savinar described as the end […]

24 Mar 19
Rabbi Yaakov Bieler

An important transition was marked by the days of dedication of the Mishkan. In R. Aharon Lichtenstein’s 1995 Sicha for Parashat Shemini, “The Routine and the Extraordinary”, he compares the experience of dedicating the Tabernacle during the first seven days of Nissan, as opposed to what took place when the process culminated on the eighth […]

24 Mar 19
The Herald Nigeria

A budding photographer who was arrested and imprisoned in 80s for a crime he knew nothing about, has narrated his heart wrenching story. Olaide Olatunji revealed how he spent 24 years in jail for coincidentally being in an area where a stolen car was parked in Niger state. Read the story as shared by his […]

24 Mar 19
Synopsis Appears Here

Plus, in Interesting Aside News: at least one piece of my constructive criticism has been acted upon at the Gym. Stuff can and does change if you find the right words to use. USE MORE RIGHT WORDS. pic.twitter.com/zsf2ZzFRCX — 🗿 Sarah's Poems 📝 100% Passion Guaranteed 🗿 (@MoveablePress) March 23, 2019 It’s good to know […]

24 Mar 19
THE DOCTRINE OF EXALTATION

Recently, a few of us from the Cassinat clan took a little trip to France where, among other things, we visited the Eiffel Tower in Paris. The tower really is an engineering marvel, which I came to appreciate when I saw it up close and personal. I’ve handled multiple lawsuits that involve the design, fabrication […]

24 Mar 19
Blog Off

It feels more like spring today. The sun is out, the cats are sat in the window pretending they are all inclusive on the Mediterranean coast. – Except one who is chasing the light that has bounced off my phone screen onto the wall. Yesterday was shit. I sat and sobbed all by myself in […]

24 Mar 19
It's Probably, Definitely, Maybe Me.

“Sex makes the world go round” – was a famous quote once said by Madonna a couple of decades ago, and there’s a lot of truth to that statement as well. We live in a generation now where there is endless sex. Every sentence we say can somehow be an innuendo, porn is everywhere, people […]

24 Mar 19
Susanna Heath

I may have mentioned this already, but I’ve got an exhibition coming up. I was invited to join by Stuart Jones. We also met up to do some painting. We went to Sand Haven, North Shields, which has many painting spots to choose from. After a quick mooch around, we picked a scene of the […]

24 Mar 19
VO LONDON

A few years ago I went to Robin Hood’s hangout, Sherwood Forest, to the secret hideaway in the woods known as Center Parcs. I hadn’t been back since I contracted veganism but last week, I found myself back among the geese and the pines. I’m pleased to say that on the whole, it’s pretty welcoming […]