Charles Cowling
  Blog reader Brent Taylor, licenced funeral director in Barrie, Ontario, wants this at his.   Like a full force gale I was lifted up again I was lifted up again by the lord And no matter where I roam I will find my way back home I will always
Charles Cowling
    Here is the entire brief life of Dr Richard Stokes: Scholar to Sir William Oughtred for Mathematiques (Algebra). Made himself mad with it, but became sober again, but I feare like a crackt glasse. Became Roman Catholique. Married unhappily at Liège, dog and catt, etc. Became a sotte.
Charles Cowling
        “For me there’s a daffodil in every dustbin.”   Eric Sykes, who died today. 
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Charles Cowling
      The midnight hour, the darkest hour That human grief may know, Sends forth it’s hurried summons- Ask me to come—I go! I know not when the bell may toll, I know not where the blow may fall, I only know that I must go In answer to
Charles Cowling
  Ru Callender talking here on the Progressive Radio Network. If the preamble seems a little long, Ru comes in at 10 mins. The whole interview lasts an hour.  “Everything we’ve learnt we’ve learnt from the people who have been brave enough and generous enough to invite us into their
Charles Cowling
    Posted by Reverend Noel Lockyer-Stevens, One Spirit Interfaith Minister   Ed’s note: Noel is writing in response to Richard Rawlinson’s challenging post here.    The undertaking of a funeral service is for me one of the most privileged roles I undertake within my ministry in Dorset. I am