Monthly Archives: August 2006

Making big decisions…

A recent email to a friend set me thinking. And here’s what I thought: My wife’s sticky toffee pudding had a large bearing on my decision to “pop the question” and I realise more and more every day what a sensible decision that was. Perhaps more of the worlds big decisions should be made based… Read more »

The world is hungry…

As I mentioned the other day, I read a great interview recently. Here’s a bit that really jumped out the page at me. The two hungers in the world today are for spiritual growth and for social justice. The connection between the two is the one the world is waiting for. Spirituality without justice in… Read more »

Let’s get serious, or not…

I was going to write about a really interesting article I read in Tear Times, tha magazine of Tearfund. The article discusses the human need for justice and spiritual growth. But I’ll leave that for another time, so instead I’ll just point you to this wonderful example of classical guitar musicianship. You’ll like it. Hattip.

Dot net, dot schmet…

Anyone who’s used a Microsoft Access database in anything approaching a serious application knows that Bill Gates made a serious mistake expecting people to use that “database”. I use the term in it’s loosest sense. Hey, maybe I’m biased as I’ve had some horrific experiences with the dreaded .mdb files. But one of the bains… Read more »

Out and about (13:43 pm)…

Just seen this on t'internet: duct tape is like the Force; it has a light side, a dark side, and it holds the universe together. :0)