Charles Cowling
We used to say “There’d come the day we’d all be making songs Or finding better words” These ideas never lasted long The way is up along the road, the air is growing thin Too many friends who tried, blown off this mountain with the wind Meet on the ledge,
Charles Cowling
Age UK (formerly Help the Aged) has issued a grovelling press release in the wake of the FSA investigation into HSBC and its subsidiary NHFA, which between 2005-10 missold bonds to cover long-term care costs. Clients, average age 83, were recommended to invest for 5 years — longer than they
Charles Cowling
Over on Inspiration and Chai Bronnie Ware describes how, working in palliative care, she would often find herself listening to people’s regrets – all the things they wished they had done in their lives. Some common themes emerged. This is her top five: I wish I’d had the courage to
Charles Cowling
  There’s no beating around the bush here: funeral pricing must be more transparent. Most funeral directors are careful, honest and, often, painfully aware of the costs that people face when someone dies. They run businesses, but know that they are also offering a service that affects people’s well being