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#GeneralElection: WHY I SUPPORT LABOUR RATHER THAN NATIONALIST PARTIES: Why I vote #Labour in #Scotland

April 19, 2015


Politics is a very emotional game which should not be a game. Labour were the main show in town in Scotland for so many years (having replaced the Tories in the second half of the 20th century for good reason) But they became complacent and in the west coast cities, where their majority was too […]

#Fatherhood #NewYear

January 4, 2015


“You are just like him. You talk like him, act like him, have that smile that he had, and you even walk like him. He lives on right there in you. I know you will always make him proud. He sure loved you.” Happy New Year via @JessijSteele

#Poetry: Friendly #Anonymity

December 22, 2014


#CelticBlessing at the #SouthernCross – #Poetry

November 30, 2014


The person who wrote this Is close to my soul I identify With every twirl Every nuance Of every phrase In every word string We prevail I praise The Life lustre That surges In this verse Blessings on you And your road May we meet At the Southern Cross And the nectar of bees Bless […]

#Dunfermline has a statue! We have a #Vision!

November 11, 2014


We have a dream! THE WORK OF YES U ARE SHORT-TERM COMMUNITY VISION We plan to develop the portico for the local community – tired shoppers – older people in need of company – people freed of addiction but not its effects – people with permanent disdabilities – young people in need.,, AND after […]

#Rumi Words Not Force

August 28, 2014

0 Many of us could learn a lot from this saying!

Surfing Sites Discovery! #Blogging

August 24, 2014


First Impressions of a Blogger via @wordpressdotcom

#Contentment #Mirth #Photography

August 6, 2014


All about #Contentment

August 1, 2014


#TonyBenn’s last #Diaries – Chris Mullin’s comments

July 29, 2014


#ABlazeofAutumnSunshine Benn was from the generation that assumed that Labour Party like unions meant Labour Movement and I don’t think this idea should just be dismissed. How ever awful Blair was in the world the NHS and services certainly improved and financial inequality slightly narrowed. There was specific and culminative improvement in Northern Ireland as […]

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