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There is no I in Community

A very interesting post this week from Peter Olding as he updates us about a project he’s been working on which highlights historic and ancient churches of Great Britain. Peter has realised that building a website is not enough for this project

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Posted in communities, cultural heritage, data, historic buildings and sites, maps, Religion

The first born, the last post and seven smiles

Hello lovely bloggers, how’s your week been so far? Mine’s mainly been full of cake and reading the super blogs submitted this week. There have been 10 blogs for week 3, all of which I have enjoyed, and I am

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Posted in #WeeklyBlogClub summary, communicating, culture, digital technology, family, health, health services, leadership, local government, museums, patient care, PhD, public sector, Religion, visual arts, working practices

Cultural differences

A moving blog this week from Ann Gow on the Ayrshire Health Blog. Ann shares with us a recent sad time for her family following the death of an Aunt. Ann describes how due to culture, alongside the wishes of

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Posted in communities, culture, family, friendship, health, health services, patient care, public sector, Religion, working practices

Rays of Humanity

Ewan Kelly talks about aspects of working in healthcare which continue to keep him motivated and insprired even through the toughest of times. This includes observing courage, humour and human interaction. Ewan blogs about the rays of humanity which may

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Posted in health, health services, humanity, leadership, patient care, public sector, relationship, Religion, working practices

Language, art and a bit of elbow grease

We’ve had 10 contributions this week – thanks to everyone who’s blogged, read and liked the posts, as well as anyone who’s decided to follow the blog. It’s been great reading all your posts, and I highly recommend looking after

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God’s Existence – The Time Argument

Ever wanted to learn more about how the universe came into existence? Karl S. Green’s blog post delves into the cause of the Big Bang and examines the related question of “what came before the Big Bang?” There are some

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Posted in Religion, science

Pascal’s Wager

Karl Green gets all philosophical on us this week exploring whether one should believe in God or not. Karl looks at Pascal’s Wager also at the Atheist’s Wager and the 4 choices each theory offers. Karl looks at his own

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