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Who do we think we are?

Probably one of the most important questions we can ask ourselves is‘who we think we really are’. Our self-identity is an issue that runs through human history and is found in the works of poets, artists, theologians and psychologists – to name but a few. Who we believe we are is of course...

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By Martyn Goss Posted: Sunday, March 5, 2017 - 10:30pm Updated: 06/03/2017 - 6:13pm
Do you know them all?  It's seven a.m. on a chilly, dark February morning; there's ankle-...
Posted: 09/02/17
Published by Emma Blackmore
The journalist Jeremy Seabrook once researched how people felt about social change in their life...
Posted: 05/02/17
Published by Martyn Goss
In recent years politicians and decision makers around the world have been drawn to appealing to...
Posted: 04/01/17
Published by Martyn Goss
Maybe Christmas in today’s world really highlights our personal and social choices and priorities,...
Posted: 10/12/16
Published by Martyn Goss
Maybe it’s because of the Guy Fawkes season, but I sense this time of year is one of compelling...
Posted: 05/11/16
Published by Martyn Goss
The Royal British Legion Poppy Day is on 13th November. We all know how much and how many depend...
Posted: 31/10/16
Published by News Desk
Britain has no transport policy and nowhere more is this obvious than in Exeter. Our country has...
Posted: 27/10/16
Published by Martyn Goss
Beacon Life 2  - a snapshot of life in Beacon Heath's community centre Boxes of baby clothes...
Posted: 09/10/16
Published by Beacon Voluntee...
Welcome to the new Beacon LIfe blog where we share stories of what happens at our community centre...
Posted: 03/09/16
Published by Beacon Voluntee...
Probably most contemporary English nationalist movements are associated with support for right-of-...
Posted: 09/08/16
Published by Martyn Goss
“The purpose of God is Togetherness”. For those of us within the Judaeo-Christian tradition, there...
Posted: 23/06/16
Published by M Goss
Support Local Business Being as it’s Local Business week I’m focussing this article on the many...
Posted: 18/05/16
Published by Karina Bailey
Although we may not be aware of it, in the last few generations in the West we have increasingly...
Posted: 05/04/16
Published by Martyn Goss
I was born in Exeter in 1955.  In the next bed to my mother was a Sikh woman who had also...
Posted: 19/03/16
Published by Martyn Goss
We’ve raised £890 on Just Giving! No, wait, add gift aid of £100 and that makes it £990 and still...
Posted: 09/03/16
Published by Liz Straw - Hos...
Yesterday (Tuesday 19 January) I spent a couple of hours meeting members of the public in Honiton...
Posted: 21/01/16
Published by News Desk

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