Spring Nettle Soup! Wisdom of Old?

The last blog  “ Was it a Wise Way for Kids to Grow Up? ” written by Marion produced some interesting discussion. A key question was: “Is there a role for older wisdom in today’s world?“  Seemed a shame to have it tucked away under Comments, so here is a quick summary. From Alice to Marion and…

Tough Lives or was it a Wise Way for Kids to Grow?

This piece came from one of you,  Marion Hillman who is also 84.  So in tune with my memories of childhood. And like me,  perhaps like many of you, she wonders if  we lost something with our cleanliness, and excessive fear of risks. It would be interesting to hear what you all think. “CONGRATULATIONS TO ALL…

Curiosity rejoices! Free to go out and explore. At BBC Scotland?

Glasgow had been the 2nd greatest city in the Empire. So proud it built factories like palaces! Then the War, the Clydeside blitz and the collapse of shipbuilding,…..

We recovered and rebuilt. Looking great again.

And now with Covid, the Science centre is closed and BBC staff work from home.

But the energy of these people wont stop. Humans are expert at coping, recreating and starting again.

Glasgow had been the 2nd greatest city in the Empire. So proud it built factories like palaces! Then the War, the Clydeside blitz and the collapse of shipbuilding,…..

We recovered and rebuilt. Looking great again.

And now with Covid, the Science centre is closed and BBC staff work from home.

But the energy of these people wont stop. Humans are expert at coping, recreating and starting again.