Wisdom


Wisdom at the bus stop

By Caitlin McMullen Edited by Jake Watson

A cold and rainy Wednesday afternoon; fate set this up. I hardly catch my local 566 bus, but as it was raining, I thought that I would. Sitting under the bus shelter, waiting for the rain to subside and the bus to approach, a man with a walking stick asked me if he could take a seat next to me, to which I replied, “Of course”. Read more »


Confession Time with a person in the spotlight

By Bev Wilkinson

Imagine being picked on because you were tall and kind of awkward. Well this is how it all started for CEO of Ritchies Supermarkets Fred Harrison who admits as a child he was a scaredy cat.

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I see you

By Bev Wilkinson

I was chatting to a senior and she told me there comes a time in your life that you become invisible.

Suddenly your not there and people don’t see you, maybe because the blinkers have been taken off my eyes but I asked how? But I can see you?

She told me sometimes she could be physically there but ignored, people don’t think she is anyone special just a little old lady.

Then pointed at me and said one day it could be you.

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