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Animal Instincts

Animal Instincts

We all know that many animals are very intelligent and have sensory and motor abilities that are far above that of human beings. Dogs especially, with their hearing and smell are able to detect and locate; missing persons, diseases, and warn humans of impending heart attacks or strokes like a sixth sense. Other ...

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Telling Stories

Telling Stories

We all love to tell or hear a story, especially if it's a juicy one and you are the first to know. Sharing stories with another person or an audience is a fascinating and intimate thing. The more you reveal moments of your life to an audience, you become more real, more human and relatable, a life - changer, for good ...

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Re-charged!

Re-charged!

Our new post-COVID-19 world could do with a recharge regarding its values. Early on in Lockdown we were all ‘shell shocked’ as the corona virus had its full impact on our lives and we had to stand still. We’ve had time to reflect in the safety of our homes and as communities we’ve pulled together. Nature sprang ...

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Gut Feelings!

Gut Feelings!

Sometimes we're told to “Just trust your gut,” but what does that mean and how do you do it? Gut instinct is your immediate understanding of something or a situation where there's no need to think it over, you just know. Your intuition arises as a feeling within your body that only you experience. It is so ...

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Changes Ahead!

Changes Ahead!

Another month heralding a change of season. When change takes place it can be immediate or gradual, over a phase of time. As we gradually emerge from the dark period of Lockdown, the world is experiencing huge change. We’re emerging from the safety of homelife to work and live alongside one another again. As a ...

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Boom! Boom! Bloom!

Boom! Boom! Bloom!

When you experience a set back or disappointment in life, it can hit hard like a punch or body blow- boom, boom! It knocks the wind out of your sails and it's hard to recover. After a hard winter the spring has beckoned us out to our gardens. The battered soil seemed so unpromising and we wondered if anything ...

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Father And Son

Father And Son

The bonding process with a son or daughter is an incredibly important thing to nurture in life; the close relationship, the understanding, the mystery of that connection or DNA and what it can do for both of you, cannot be devalued. We have to try to work at it every day of our lives and not give up when things ...

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The Sound Of . . .

The Sound Of . . .

We've heard the call of the birds singing in winter, defending their territory but as the days get longer, male birds know it's time to start singing for mates. The sound of bird song gets louder and louder throughout spring as migrating birds return to the UK to breed. Let's make a great sound together. Music can ...

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Love Your World

Love Your World

Already we've seen so many new changes in our world climate that makes us all sit up and take note of the weather. It can be too wet one minute and too hot the next! We realise just how easily it could all change if we ignore the signs and don't take care of the world that surrounds us. If it rained for 40 days ...

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