Teatime

I used to go fishing with my grandfather on the River Severn at Arley. More than forty years have passed since then, and I have long given up angling. I remember, I always used to feel sorry for the fish, insisting that my grandfather handled them gently, placing them back into the water carefully after removing the hook.

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In Control

I came across mindfulness by chance. I was waiting for a colleague in the bar of the Prince Rupert Hotel in Shrewsbury, when I spotted a magazine. On browsing through the pages, I found an article about how mindfulness is being applied in pain therapy. I found it fascinating. On returning home, I decided to learn more. 

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Tin Can

I ride to work on my bike on most days. Today was no exception. While waiting to cross the road, I took a few moments to watch the cars driving by. Large ones, small ones, colourful ones, drab ones. Many looked similar in form. But there was one feature all had in common. Statement.

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