Monthly Archives: June 2013

When healing is a true calling

There is no doubt that Allopathic practitioners may be ‘called’ to healing as are Shamans but it is the exception, not the rule for the simple reason that the study and practice of medicine in Allopathy is driven by two … Continue reading

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Counting blessings

We are coming up to three years in Malawi – yes, it has gone fast, yes it has been seriously challenging and yes it is practice for living in the now, accepting what is, and being incredibly grateful to be … Continue reading

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Three things

  Three things in human life are important. The first is to accept  how you were born. The second is to accept how you live.  The third is to accept how you die.       This weekend we are … Continue reading

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Mad science strikes again

The reality is that no scientist can say with any certainty what the impact of IVF will be or could be on the resulting human beings until two generations have passed and in essence, the IVF creation, his or her … Continue reading

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Highlands

Oil on Canvas, Roslyn Ross, 2012, Highlands.   The land in rolling purples, is crimped and sprinkled forth, as brown and pinks are tumbled, on earth’s full ancient face. From high to low and back again, the soil in shuddered … Continue reading

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Adytum

Inner shrine holds sacred court which I can grace alone, and others are forbidden; my heart, my soul, my home. Adytum.    In silent words of  worship, is the prayer sent forth, as mind in ritual solemnised; brings spiritual to … Continue reading

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Rusty

In corrugated clarion call the metal shows its face, revealing time’s persuasion; surrendering with grace. In weathered welts of years the walls and roof have shed, the brightness of beginning; donned rusty cloaks instead. In pock-marked perseverance, they stand against … Continue reading

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