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Hello. My November magazine is ready for publication at the end of the month. It is full of interesting interviews with well-known therapists in their field, fun and serious astrology, a letters page, a look at the Child Centre in Keighley and much more!
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I was privileged and blessed to gain immense insight into the nature of divine love by a meeting with the Hindu Holy Woman called Amma who ritually takes on Kali and becomes Goddess incarnate. I met her on her visit to London, when a number of individuals within the ethnography attended, who were her devotees. Amma becomes the Goddess Kali in Devi Bhava Darsan. She imparts the unforgettable essence of unconditional love to her devotees, who approach her on their knees to be hugged by her.
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MORE RECIPES FROM JUNE CHARLTON
Ingredients: 4 oz self-raising flour
2 oz shredded suet
Pinch of salt
Little bit of pepper
Method: Mix together ingredients and make into a stiff dough with cold water. Roll into
8-12 balls and boil for 15-20 mins. They are now ready to put into a stew or a
Casserole. Make sure the stew does not go off the boil and keep lid on the
Saucepan making sure not to overfill the pan.
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When considering who was responsible for the death of Jesus it is easy to point
at finger at them, and them, and them……………………….
So I start by pointing a finger at the Sadducees, Pharisees and Herodians.
It was, after all, to the advantage of the Sadducees, Pharisees and Herodians
that Jesus should die. He was becoming so popular with the general public that
he was threatening the fabric of society. Except for Jesus everything was going
well. He was the thorn in the flesh.
I move on to point a finger at Annas and Caiaphas.
At a meeting of the Sanhedrin, which was the Jewish Council authoritative in
both religious and secular matters, the High Priest, Caiaphas, had stated that
it was to their “advantage that one man should die for the people, rather than
that the whole nation should perish.” (John 11:50). Caiaphas was not saying that
Jesus deserved death but that it would be convenient if he were to die. Such was
Jesus’ hold on the people that the Sanhedrin had become frightened both of the
people and of Jesus.
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Written by Frank Wright
Eric and me were good mates for a long time. It was the late forties. We were poor but didn’t know it then – we were just concerned with living and enjoying each day as it passed. When I think of those long gone days I think of Eric and eggs.
One Sunday we had been off to look at a pond we knew – we were experts on a thousand things that lived, flew over, swam, crawled or just moved in that miniature world although I doubt if we knew the names of half a dozen between us. To boys, time is just a gap between one day and the next and it suddenly dawned on us that it must be around tea time. We made our way home stopping by some farm houses; we climbed over a crumbling wall to have a pee. Then as we were about to move on we saw something exciting and wonderful: a nest on the ground beneath the weeds with twelve large white eggs shining brightly. We were egg-mad and knew many nests: Thrush, Blackbird, wren – even a Wood Pigeon, but this, this was the ultimate of our wildlife discoveries.
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