“The Seven Social Sins are: Wealth without work. Pleasure without conscience. Knowledge without character. Commerce without morality. Science without humanity. Worship without sacrifice. Politics without principle. From a sermon given by Frederick Lewis Donaldson in Westminster Abbey, London, on March 20, 1925.” – Frederick Lewis Donaldson Continue reading “The Seven Social Sins” – Frederick Lewis Donaldson
Yogurt Bread – Slightly tangy bread via adding yogurt. All purpose, basic bread. Continue reading Yogurt Bread Recipe
Originally posted on Moriau:
The weather is turning cold here, and a few days back we had storms in our part of the world. It’s passed now, but did leave a catastrophe behind. I have, however, always believed in looking… Continue reading Stop and Look Up!
Old Fashioned White Bread – Grandma made bread like this. With milk for delicate texture and soft crust. Continue reading Old Fashioned White Bread Recipe
Herb Bread – Delicious blend of herbs and garlic gives this bread a fragrant flavour. Scrum-didly-umptious 🙂 Continue reading Herb Bread Recipe (Version One)
Lighter White Bread – Lovely, yummy, white bread with honey (and milk). Can be used for loaves, rolls, or I’ve even used for pizza base. Continue reading Lighter White Bread Recipe
“Depression is an inability to construct a future.” – I don’t know the original source of the quote, could be clinical literature or somebody like Freud. Usually someone comes along on the comments and lets me know, or it’s an original quote from the movie. Dunno.
The quote made me look back at tough times in my life – and I think it’s an explanation or partial explanation (of course there’s other factors that make us depressed). We tend to predict the future based on what happened in the past. We tend to feel happier with a “secure” future, and less happy without. Uncertainty feeds into this. With the caveat, that the future doesn’t really exist, it’s a mental construction (ie we don’t know for sure what the future will be, it’s just degrees of certainty or uncertainty.) Continue reading Depression Is An Inability To Construct A Future
Buttermilk Wheat Bread – Succulent, extremely light texture with whole wheat goodness. Sandwiches-a-plenty ! Continue reading Buttermilk Wheat Bread Recipe
I can’t remember if I blogged about this before, I first heard about it in the movie “The Bucket List” with Jack Nicholson and Morgan Freeman, who’s characters were both terminally ill with cancer, and they eventually made friends and had some adventures together. It’s a nice film, well worth a watch. In the movie, they talk about the 5 stages of grief which I think originated with Elizabeth Kubler Ross Continue reading Stages Of Grief (And Loss)
Basic White Bread – Lovely, yummy, white bread (with milk). Can be used for loaves, rolls, or I’ve even used for pizza base. Continue reading Basic White Bread Recipe
English Muffin Bread – English muffins in a breadmaker – now that’s a good idea. Great toasted or untoasted. Continue reading English Muffin Bread Recipe
Following up on my previous VE day post, on my travels I noticed there where a number of posters back from WW2 era. Continue reading VE Day (Victory In Europe) – WW2 Era Posters
Mr Moore’s documentary, which is available free of charge on the internet, casts doubt over the efficacy of renewables, in particular solar and wind energy.
The documentary filmmakers argue some green energy is hindering, rather than helping, the fight against dangerous climate change.
Source – Sky News Australia Continue reading Michael Moore’s Documentary ‘Has Exposed Green Energy As A fraud’ (Sky News Aus)
VE or Victory in Europe day, was the day the Nazi’s in Germany unconditionally surrendered to the allied forces back in 1945, 8-May-1945. It’s celebrated in the UK, and I am proud of our countries, and my ancestors, for the … Continue reading Happy VE Day (Victory In Europe)
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