Author Archives: Trevor

Welcome to 2013

My third ‘new year’ since beginning this and already in 2013, two Ffriends have died. I wonder what the rest of the year holds in store? I’ve heard it will be better than last year but also that for many … Continue reading

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Some reflections

The trouble with not posting regularly is that if you do get round to it, the intervening events seem now almost too complicated to report. Perhaps this should be headed ‘Member at last’.  Last time, I forgot to mention I … Continue reading

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Old year, New Year

Whilst continuing as a regular attender at Brentford & Isleworth meeting and taking an active part in Woodbrooke’s online ‘Becoming Friends’ course, how and why have I managed to so neglect my personal quaker web space? It was originally begun … Continue reading

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Bin Laden, Obama, smiles and tears and the Holy Ghost

More than one member of my meeting expressed some disquiet at the manner of Osama Bin Laden’s death.  Creditably, this doubt has been reflected too in Question Time on the BBC (most notably by the ‘ex-SBS‘ Paddy Ashdown) and in … Continue reading

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New Year Resolution?

With a further two weeks in Spain in December; and Christmas, New Year, 21st and 65th birthdays to celebrate and a further 10 days in Spain/Portugal in January, it is perhaps hardly surprising I haven’t kept uptodate with this blog/website. … Continue reading

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Experiment with Light – part 2

The rest of the weekend passed off peaceably in true quakerly fashion with no blows exchanged . After 24 hours at home in London (the journey home by car took 6 hours in very heavy traffic on the M6/A40), I … Continue reading

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Glenthorne Experiment with Light

Arrived at Glenthorne Quaker Centre late afternoon after driving from Humberside in just over 3 hours in sunshine all the way – quite the opposite of expectations. Have had an excellent evening meal with tea and cakes before that.  Started … Continue reading

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