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How To Make The Most Out Of A Coffee Loyalty Card.

Originally posted on Some Words That Say What I Think:
Like most people, I enjoy buying hot drinks from coffee shops. However, recently, I have been trying to cut down on the amount of money I am spending on a…

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Doe, A Deer, A Female Reindeer: The Spirit of Mother Christmas

The deep roots of fables are often surprising, not entirely as we might imagine, and sometimes reveal a “self evident” truth we have somehow become blind to… Gather Victoria Oh wondrous headed doe… Amongst its horns it carries the light … Continue reading

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The Adventurer’s Hidden Magic

Originally posted on Sun in Gemini:
“Strike man, strike!” Those were the last words of Sir Walter Raleigh, spoken to an executioner who was taking his time, at the end of one of the most colourful lives of the whole…

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The Eye of The Storm

Originally posted on Pilgrim's Way:
There are times, I think, when ritual is both too much and not enough. Anyone who practises will probably understand what I mean. The ‘constraints’ of ritual pattern and structure are, on occasion, insufficient…

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Sugar and Spice and all things nice…

Originally posted on Chronicles of an Orange-Haired Woman!:
Hmm! A broomstick’s all very well and good, but it doesn’t half chafe the gusset area! Oh! How the ramifications of, and early training in, this little ditty still trip girls and…

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Fairy tales: Faces Glimpsed in the Forest

Once upon a time, Jan took a look at some of the older tales which have been adapted into the children’s favourites we know today, and delves into their darker origins… Many of us have grown up with the older … Continue reading

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Faces of Afghanistan

Originally posted on Steve McCurry's Blog:
They are everywhere, these individuals of undaunted humankind, irrepressibly optimistic and proud. – The Carpet Wars, Christopher Kremmer Kabul, Afghanistan Kabul, Afghanistan Bamiyan, Afghanistan Baghlan, Afghanistan Yet even at their most turbulent, the…

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