Asked what charity looks like and most probably people would say “giving money to the poor”. It would definitely be the most popular answer. Whilst that is very true, we know that charity can encompass so much more. Sometimes, it doesn’t even involve reaching deep into our pockets. But always, it should involve reaching deepContinue reading “Charity is All In the Mind”
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Home is Where…?
I return here today after a hiatus of two weeks. It’s been an interesting time away; I’ve managed to fulfil one of my life’s ambitions which is to be somewhere else in the world on behalf of a charity and helping those less fortunate than me and in desperate situations. My recent trip found meContinue reading “Home is Where…?”
Out of My Comfort Zone
It’s no secret that refusing to try something new is never going to allow us to develop as discerning people. Whether it’s cooking the same curry, driving the known route home or even wearing a limited style of clothes, repeating the same routine is going to limit our experiences of life and even perceptions ofContinue reading “Out of My Comfort Zone”
The Future in Focus
Last week, I wrote about my attempts not to lapse into an emotional quagmire of the past. In a conscious effort to avoid that, this week I have busied myself in other things. The first of those is a full focus on my own ‘children’. I use that word ‘children’ in its loose sense sinceContinue reading “The Future in Focus”
Compassion through Computers?
In this digital age, most of us are compelled to conduct our personal and professional transactions through the faceless and soulless online frontier. We have been sucked up into a voluminous vortex from which there is no escape. Though it has its advantages, it comes as no surprise that a lot of people lament theContinue reading “Compassion through Computers?”