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Lorelle is relatively new to the WordPress world, and in support of her, I have decided to accept the nomination to participate in the Blue sky challenge. Now, I hear that slight, almost inaudible inward groan, from the seasoned wordpress … Continue reading
Originally posted on Hijabi Online:
The bus was empty so I decided to sit on the lower deck, at the front, there was only one other passenger on the bus who sat in front of me, a few minutes went…
Originally posted on nepaliaustralian:
Like very year, I am hosting Nepaliaustralian’s Blog Award. Nepaliaustralian’s Blog Awards celebrates the best in blogging with 8 winners being announced at Jan 2017. Every year many blogs are created to express thoughts and emotions. Some are…
Many, many thanks to Millie Thom over at Bringing History to Life for nominating me for the Versatile blogger award back in January, when I was off gallivanting around the southern capitals.
Whilst I am very honoured by her attributing the award to me, I will fulfill some of the conditions of award in disclosing seven facts about myself, and nominate certain several blogs I feel are definitely worth a visit. Continue reading
Where is the boundary drawn? Do the public institutions of religion enhance or restrict the evolution and development of personal faith? If a person becomes ‘enlightened’, do they really need the guidance and advice of clergy who carry their own … Continue reading