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September 26, 2020
September 26, 2020

Covid Continues

Covid Continues              Word on the Week          26th September 2020. We never supposed it would be like this!   The virus seemed to depart from our shores for warmer climes only to come roaring back just when things were returning to normal.   It’s becoming wearing on our emotional intelligence! Our ordinary intelligence hasn’t got us very far.   […]

September 19, 2020

Farming for Nature

Farming for Nature               Word on the Week                19th September 2020. Write something cheerful she said as we contemplated the Dublin lockdown which had separated the family into two halves.   And with the Covid infection rate fast increasing in the capital it would seem that we have got the better of this deal! There are […]

September 12, 2020

Good Grief

Good Grief                       Word on the Week                    12th September 2020. The title of today’s blog was immortalised for those of a certain age in Charles Schulz’s character Charlie Brown.   Charlie featured in the cartoon ‘Peanuts’ and the expression ‘Good Grief’ expressed his frustration at being continually upstaged by his companions and life in general. The ‘good […]

September 5, 2020

Jehovah Tsidkenu

Jehovah Tsidkenu             Word on the Week                       5th September 2020. When something like the passing of a loved one breaks into otherwise tranquil lives a choice presents itself.   We can stoically carry on bottling our grief or we can express it with the full range of emotions we humans are capable of showing.   In addition, Christians […]