Grenfell Tower: Choosing Love: The Choose You Project

Another horrible week. Listening to Radio 4's Today Programme on Thursday I heard Jill Curnick (apologies if I've got the spelling wrong but I haven't been able to find it written anywhere), a former resident of the Grenfell Tower, respond with great poise and...

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Tonsils Or No Tonsils? The Choose You Project

Sometimes in life we are faced with a choice where bravery is required to help us make it. My recent decision to have my tonsils out was just such a one! (picture from alamy.com) I know small children do it all the time, but everyone told me (and I now know first...

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Dealing With The Dark Days: The Choose You Project

Whilst we can't always choose whether bad things happen to us, we can choose how we respond to them. There's a quote in the film Batman Begins It's what you do that defines you And as Churchill said We must not lose our faculty to dare, particularly in dark days As...

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Involvement vs Commitment: Ham vs Eggs! The Choose You Project

Hello Everyone, I was listening to Radio 4 this morning (as you know I do!) and heard the following quote attributed, depending where you look, to either Martina Navratilova or Billie Jean King: The difference between involvement and commitment is like ham and eggs....

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Truth: The Choose You Project

Hello Everyone. I hope your personal New Year is off to a good start, despite the interesting times surrounding us. 'Fake truth' is one of the things that seems to be adding interest. It's not something new of course. Whoever said it (it's been attributed to...

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Choosing your Christmas: The Choose You Project

Sometimes I get to the end of all the Christmas business (picture from plusquotes.com) and think "I've missed it!" I can find myself spending so much time fussing over details that I can't see the overview and enjoy it: of spending all my time slaving away in the...

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Choosing without all the facts! The Choose You Project

Big choices are being made in our house: my youngest is deciding what university he might like to go to. There are thousands of youngsters (and their grown ups!) all over the country going through this at the moment, having to make these choices without all the...

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