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OXO Tower

1. My workmates (did i mention that they rock?)
2. Southern View from the OXO tower
3. It's Clear!
4. Pretty clear too :-)
5. In no particular order
6. Pished
7. Trying not to look pished
8. Aaah London
9. Aaah London 2
10. Still drunk methinks!
7th Apr 2006, 01:25   | tags:,comments (4)

Shadow of the Colossus

Street Preaching Counsel

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Charming story of how he got into street preaching and answers
some tricky questions. What i never get about street preachers of all faiths is that they all believe there religion is the ultimate but invariably take a highly enlightened view towards all other spiritual believers and often they seem to share a common enemy. Why don't we team up? Why is there not a representative body for spiritual beliefs in general? All spiritual people tend to share the same core values and are at peace with one another- they just become devils for the details! So why can't we all represent each other to each other? Like a council, that looks after how each religion is
represented by and to others and looks for points of mutual ethos. And seeks to
educate each other inside a greater conscious-loving soul, rather than replay the
eternal soul-struggle for god?

Interview with a mountebank

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I think anyone who's willing to give up his days and evenings to save
my ass has got to be worth talking to. Ultimately I've got lots of
respect for these guys becuase, one way or another they're doing what they believe in.
I'm not saying we should copy them necessarily, but If there was
something I really wanted to do and believed would make a difference to the world, i'd like to believe i'd do it.

Ben, passion and faith

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Trained by Phil, Ben is clearly a novice, but what he lacks in rhyme and patter (phil is arhythm saint) he makes up for in brute commitment and directness of message. A very nice friendly guy, believe it or not.

Phil, an absolute blessing

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Think what you like, but this man makes my day everytime i see him.
The guy has got character and courage of conviction. It might seem
like he's preaching hell and damnation, but the dude never stops
smiling, is really present and alert to the world around him, and if
you listen to what he says there's not a trace of hatred.Remember guys, don't be a sinner, be a winner. :-)

(shame the sound quality is so shite)

A toast!

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Saved a seat for you em :-)

(And a big congratulations to dinusha and danny!)
15th Mar 2006, 00:12   comments (0)

Happy birthday dad!

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LOL, Ha ha! I know you hate this but had to post it cos it's usually
mum that comes out with the half closed eyes!
15th Mar 2006, 00:11   comments (1)