Questions about Covid-19

How does Covid-19 spread and how did it manage to mutate into three strains? I ask because I have concerns and feel questions still need to be asked by politicians, and scientists alike. If we understand how the virus works, we will understand how to reduce Covid-19, instead of going into it blindly.

The UK government has laid out the Covid-19 recovery road map and wants children back in school by 8th March, there are now obviously concerns from worried parents that unless teachers and assisting staff are …

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26 Feb, 2021

Root of Unhappiness

Too many expectations will always be the root of our unhappiness. People live with expectations placed on them every single day. As small child, parents have expectations that their children will achieve and will do well.

Through institutions like school, expectations are placed on parents for their children to do well. With realistic expectations of what we can expect, what we want to happen, we continue to place expectations …

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24 Feb, 2021

The Importance of Exercise for Children

Given Covid-19, children are spending more and more time on their phones and tablets and less time playing outdoors, or in any physical activity. The resulting problem of childhood obesity is a huge concern in the UK, throughout Europe and the US.

Given what’s happening with Covid, it has never been more important than it is now to encourage a healthy and active lifestyle in children from a young age to try and reduce the amount of inactivity and …

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23 Feb, 2021

Continuing My Book Journey

My follow-on book, charts my spiritual and healing journey, coming through a disability I didn’t know I had. I also take the reader through their own ‘spiritual and healing’ journey. My new book is based on ‘spirituality and healing,’ it is universal.

It’s something we can all do and something we can all aspire to. Spirituality gives us purpose, it allows for healing; spirituality and healing go together, with both our challenges, struggles and lives become easier …

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22 Feb, 2021

The Covid-19 Vaccine/2

Today’s blog is a continuation to ‘The Covid-19 Vaccine’ Blog. Professor Herb Sewell is convinced it is because the medicine was specifically designed to be given at specific times in two stages. The first dose is what’s known as the ‘primer,’ stimulating so-called ‘memory cells.’

The second inoculation triggers a longer lasting immune response. New data coming from Israel, following up 200,000 cases of people who were given a first jab of the Pfizer vaccine show that after 14 days …

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20 Feb, 2021

The Covid-19 Vaccine

Covid-19 affects us all. Many thousands of people in the UK who are vulnerable and at high risk from the virus are currently shielding, with the vast majority of those awaiting vaccination. However, there is information out there to suggest with increasing evidence that the government in the UK has chosen an immunisation strategy that is not supported by evidence. I thought it helpful to share that information here.

Professor Herb Sewell, an Emeritus Professor of Immunology at Nottingham University, UK this week, has said there is mounting evidence from Israel, to suggest that the Covid-19 vaccine is only 60% effective …

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19 Feb, 2021

Why I Wrote My Book

An author might tell you that writing a personal book isn’t easy. It’s not always easy to describe how you feel and you’re never sure how what you write will be received.

As a small child, I never just woke up and said when I’m older, I shall write about my difficulties. My only concern was putting a name to something I didn’t know I had. Going to the grave without knowing …

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18 Feb, 2021