Month: November 2013

Thanks Banks

Over the last week or two I’ve been along to several events ran by or at banks which has started to worry me in so much as, if they are having to keep customers sweet by essentially giving away things, then they can’t really be too sure or confident of their own services. On the […]

Home at Work

I’ve always extolled the virtues and freedom of working from home, but meeting someone earlier today in their working environment made me think again how important it is to love your work regardless of how much you get paid for it. There is so much value in helping others. Just getting a thank you from […]

Sweet Divine Delights

Last weekend had me sitting in on a radio recording of a spiritual leader at the beautiful Brahma Kumaris centre in Manchester. Set in their Quiet Room it was a delight in itself just to hear how one little lady could be so big and determined in her life purpose to achieve so much by […]

Remember, Remember

November this year started with a memorial service in tribute to man that was obviously loved by many, and who at only forty nine apparently died before his due time. I like to think as death in terms of we can only be allowed to part from this Earth when our service to others is […]

Working With People I Like

One of the main benefits of free thinking is never having to work with people you don’t like. It’s harsh I know as everybody has some beauty in them, but in reality there are some people you would rather not be in close contact with ever, let alone on a daily basis. When you have […]