LET’S HEAR FROM JAPANESE LADY LIVING IN THE UK

Japanese-FlagFUKI KUGE SPEAKS OUT ABOUT LIFE IN ENGLAND…

Please tell us a bit about yourself: My name is Fuki. This year is my twenty-first year living in Halifax or UK.

How did you come to be living in England? Once upon a time in Japan I met a man who was from Halifax. I was young, adventurous and reckless back then. When his contract was over and he was going back to his homeland I decided to go with him and to see the other side of the world. Ever since I’ve being living in Halifax.

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MORE RECIPES FROM THE HORSE’S MOUTH

AlisonAND NOW LET’S HEAR FROM THE FOOD LADY ALISON JONES

Being Dairy free would admittedly be a REAL challenge to most but a creative culinary challenge has definitely been a very enjoyable and thrilling journey for me over the last 16 years. It’s also now SO incredibly easy to pick up dairy free alternatives in every supermarket and their cost has come down considerably now a lot more people are eating and feeling better for cutting out dairy. But I do remember the delightful summer lunch Quiches of the past and wondered if I could ever find a ‘can’t tell the difference’ recipe….? Well I did and here it is! This is indeed as close in both taste and texture as a dairy based one. It’s also well worth the trip to the health store and Asian supermarket to source those magic ingredients. And for all of you watching the Cholesterol levels, its fantastically healthy and soya helps reduce cholesterol. It’s also packed with nutritious protein.
Enjoy your summer lunch picnic with a cold cut slice and salad.

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An interview with a Royal Mail Postman From The Horse’s Mouth

from-the-horses-mouthINTERVIEW WITH POSTMAN JONATHAN LEEMING

Can you talk a bit about yourself? I’m forty-four, and have been a postman for ten years. I’m engaged to Jess and we hope to get married next year. We have two five year old girls called Jennah and Leah.

What’s it like working for the royal mail? It’s a mixture of good and bad; it’s a fairly stable job as long as you don’t get sacked. The day splits into two halves: sorting out your round indoors and then going out to deliver it – so it’s a good thing that it’s varied. We work six days a week for three weeks and then have a week off which is quite good.

Has your job changed since privatisation? They’re getting stricter and they want more for their money whereas before there was more overtime – they now give almost no overtime whatsoever.

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KARMA FROM THE HORSE’S MOUTH

WHAT IS KARMA?

IMG_0480 (5)Written by Dzogden

The law of karma is a special instance of the natural law of cause and effect that we see every day in our daily lives. In this particular case of cause and effect all our actions of body, speech and mind are causes and all our experiences are their effects. The law of karma explains why each individual has a unique mental disposition, a unique physical appearance, and unique experiences. These are the various effects of the countless actions that each individual has performed in the past. We cannot find any two people who have created exactly the same history of actions throughout their past lives, and so we cannot find two people with identical states of mind, identical experiences, and identical physical appearances. Each person has a different individual karma. Some people have a happy disposition that is easily pleased while others have a sour disposition and are rarely delighted by anything.

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MORE RECIPES FROM THE HORSE’S MOUTH

ANOTHER RECIPE FROM THE FOOD LADY ALISON JONES

Asparagus, leek and wild garlic frittata, with sundried tomatoes and ricotta.

003Oh how I look forward to British asparagus! It’s a May taste moment and should be served as simply as possible! But I’ll forgive a Frittata to mingle it with another favourite spring taste – wild garlic (or Rams dens).Wild garlic like the asparagus, also has a very short lived season, saying hello from early March and sadly leaving us by the end of May. It’s easily gathered in our lush Calderdale valley on your sunny wood walks and will keep in a plastic bag in the fridge up to a week! But be careful not to trample the surrounding growth and other spring plants. The flowers can also be gathered and deep fried in a tempura batter – great for an impressive dinner party.

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LET’S HEAR FROM A NEVISIAN FROM THE HORSE’S MOUTH

LET’S HEAR FROM A LADY IN NEVIS

from-the-horses-mouthMy name is Nicolla Fraser. I was born on December 12th, 1991. I have spent all my life so far on a small island in the British Eastern Caribbean called Nevis. I would describe Nevis as a nice island where one can go for relaxation and a cool fresh breeze with beautiful scenery. To me, Nevis is not so populated so businesses find it a bit hard to flourish here. I am presently completing my final semester of the Teacher Education course under the University of the West Indies in St. Kitts.

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Feb edition of From The Horse’s Mouth

Christianity

IS CHRISTIANITY IMPORTANT IN THIS DAY AND AGE?

By Rumbidzai Mapanga

To fully answer this question one needs to explain what Christianity is and what it is not. The most important point to note is that Christianity is not a religion which is about works.  For example keeping the law and doing good deeds are an intrinsic part of religious practice. However, even those who keep the law don’t fully comprehend the magnitude of it. Religion requires one to keep all the law, in other words to be perfect in all areas of life, when you miss one tiny bit then you have failed them all. That is why even the high priest needed to make an atonement of sin before they entered the holy of holies. As humans our best attempt in meeting the law requirements and doing the best we can is still regarded as filthy rags before God.

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