Orang-utan talk From The Horse’s Mouth

INTERVIEW WITH LADY WHO WORKED WITH ORANG-UTANS

orang-utanPlease tell us a bit about yourself: I’m called Jo Rice, I’m thirsty-seven and I originally come from Bognor Regis but have lived in Halifax for eight years. I went to Borneo in 2013 for six months to volunteer for a charity called Orang-utan Appeal UK which raises money for orang-utans which are victims of the pet trade or have been made orphans by the destruction of the rain forest. It’s a centre in Sabah in the Malaysian part of Borneo aimed at the release of orang-utans back in to the wild.

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MORE MIRACLES FROM THE HORSE’S MOUTH

003The miracle at Fatima in Portugal where on the 13th October 1917 Mary kept a
promise to the three visionaries when, in front of a crowd 30,000 people, some
of them sceptical, the sun started to spin in the sky and appear to be coming
down towards them. Many were alarmed and cried out in fear. Eventually the sun
returned to its normal place in the sky. Any thought of ‘mass hysteria’ can be
ruled out by the fact that prior to the miracle it had being raining heavily and
everyone was soaked. After the miracle all the clothes were completely dry – a
second miracle had occurred.

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LETTERS PAGE FROM THE HORSE’S MOUTH

 

Dean 1Dear Editor

When I am driving my bus in England I constantly feel frustrated when I am stuck behind cyclists weaving about in the road. While I think it is good people are getting exercise, I think cyclists are becoming a nuisance to motorists who are obviously terrified of harming them. Why don’t we tax cyclists and use the money to build more cycling lanes so that everyone is safer?

Disgruntled bus driver, Halifax.

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April Edition of From The Horse’s Mouth

Dean 1My free world magazine From The Horse’s Mouth continues to nicely evolve. The new April magazine comes out on March 29th and includes the following: an interview with a woman who has worked with orang-utans, an interview about deaf awareness, articles on: cancer, Christianity, and a woman living in Nevis, fun and serious astrology as well as lyrics and soup recipes from my mother. If you have time please view my magazines and subscribe for free at: http://www.deancharltonmag.com

CHRISTIANITY FROM THE HORSE’S MOUTH

TRUSTING THE LORD

 

Written by Rumbidzai Mapanga

 

Lean on, trust in, and be confident in the Lord with all your heart and mind and do not rely on your own insight or understanding. (Proverbs 3:5AMP)

Trust-in-GodAs a new Christian one of the hardest things which I had to do was to learn to trust the Lord. No one had fully explained to me what it meant to trust God when the storm of life was raging around me. Oh yes I had done the prayer of redemption and had confessed with my mouth that Jesus was now my personal saviour and totally believed that God exist and hears me when I pray.

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INTERVIEW WITH A PROFESSIONAL TENNIS COACH FROM THE HORSE’S MOUTH

INTERVIEW WITH PETER METCALFE

peter metcalfe 001 (2)I understand you’re a professional tennis coach – what does this entail? The first thing is obviously teaching people how to play tennis from the beginning, how to hold a racket, how to swing the racket, where to stand on the court and the rules of the game. But also it entails running a club, organising tournaments, giving advice on rackets, maybe organising a league in that area and everything else that is involved in running a tennis club.

Do you work at Todmorden Tennis Club? Yes with the ladies and the juniors.

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