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Bloody Uniform

“Q. You’re married? A. Right. Q. Children? A. Two. Q. How old? A. The boy is two and a half, and the little girl is a year and a half. Q. Obviously, the question comes

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Beyond Indifference

By David Cromwell There is an intense feeling that we all experience during our best moments that life has meaning; that it is priceless, and filled with immense potential. The seventeenth century French philosopher Blaise

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Rejecting The Virtue Of Suffering

By David Edwards Truly, Madly, Deeply – Above All Madly British people are not good at happiness. According to research published in 2002, around one-third of British people suffer from serious depression at any one

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Breaking The Chains Of Illusion – Part 1

By David Edwards Personal – Political Many of the dissident philosophers and rebels of the past like Rousseau, Rocker, Tolstoy, Thoreau, Emerson and Fromm wrote often about the personal experiences, motivations and concerns that informed