Blog Post #34: LOVING DAY

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As my previous post was given on February 6, it was just slightly tempting from a mathematical point of view to wait until we had had February 7, 8, 9 and 10 before publishing Blog Post #34=7+8+9+10, but love will always be far more important than logic, and we should never wait until tomorrow to kindly offer the good that we could give today.

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Blog Post #33: Moments In Time

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In the same way that many good people have taught me, I also encourage others to really treasure, and use well, the time that God gives us. I sometimes say, a bit wittily yet completely sincerely at the same time, “Please treasure every moment…and Mo meant it!” As it’s been 11 days since my previous blog post, and since my favourite number is 3, it’s now time for Blog Post #33=11×3. Continue reading “Blog Post #33: Moments In Time”

TIM, A TRULY GENTLE GIANT

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Tim Upton (19.12.1958-10.1.2018), who was one of my dearest friends and a truly gentle giant, died last Wednesday. I was so fond of Tim that I would like to do my best to try to express here some of what I learned from, and greatly admired about, my friend. Continue reading “TIM, A TRULY GENTLE GIANT”

Blog Post #30: 110% NOT BY CHANCE

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If you are visiting this site today in the hope of finding some interesting, fun, thought-provoking Math, Chess and word puzzles, then you will certainly not be disappointed, for they are all here in abundance…together with a happy message of far greater importance, Continue reading “Blog Post #30: 110% NOT BY CHANCE”

Blog Post #28: Perfect

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In this Blog Post # 28, I cannot help remembering that the age difference between my father in Scotland and me is 28 years: 83-55=28. There was also practically the same age difference between my wonderful mother and me. We were a family of 6 with my parents, my brother, two sisters and myself. Continue reading “Blog Post #28: Perfect”