Category Archives: KSBC

August 2018

Originally published in the King’s Stanley Magazine. Last month I risked writing about the World Cup and about “putting my faith in the team, despite past failures.” Well, we now know “they did us proud” and Gareth Southgate, the England manager, … Continue reading

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July 2018

Originally published in the King’s Stanley Magazine. It was a beautiful day: blue skies and a hot sun. I had just refuelled the car and, having paid, I was just about to drive off when the attendant tied a green … Continue reading

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June 2018

Originally published in the King’s Stanley Magazine. It must have been quite a dream, vivid and impressive! The ladder had seemed so real, yet the scale had been distorted. How else could it have reached up from earth to heaven? … Continue reading

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May 2018

Originally published in the King’s Stanley Magazine. “People are all the same.” “Everybody is unique.” These statements seem to be contradictory; if one is true then the other must be mistaken. If we take an “either/or” approach, then we might … Continue reading

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April 2018

Originally published in the King’s Stanley Magazine. “It’s a joke!” “You’re joking!” April Fool’s day works on the principle of trying to play a joke on somebody, trying to catch them out, getting them to believe something that isn’t really … Continue reading

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