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Welcome! I am a British Freelance Writer and Educational consultant who worked in Bangladesh until December 2013. I also have ADHD.
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Happy New Year
Well….it’s been a little while, hasn’t it? I’m not a great fan of New Year resolutions. When I make them, I tend to break them so fast the electronic ink hasn’t dried. And also having ADHD means I tend to have terrible expectations of what I can get done in a day. Even if I […]
Book review: The Judas Case by Nicholas Graham
My rating: 5 of 5 stars This is a beautifully written novel by the erudite Nicholas Graham. Set in Biblical times, this is absolutely not a book that staunchly evangelical Christians are going to enjoy but everyone else will. There is much that you will recognise from the Gospel stories and, of course, many of […]
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Tag Archives: Tagore
A Concert of Thoughts
noun [kón sùrt, kónssərt] (plural con·certs) 1. public musical performance: an event where an individual musician or a group of musicians, e.g. a choir, band, or orchestra, performs in front of an audience 2. agreement: harmony or accord, e.g. in … Continue reading
Posted in Bangladesh, British, community, Philosophy, Review Tagged Albert Hall, Bangladesh, choirs, Classical, Cumbria, Debussy, education, Elton John, England, Guzheng, London, memories, Nazrul Islam, Requiem, Schubert, St Bees, Tagore, Whitehaven 6 Comments
An Unusual Bangalee Evening
“Culture is the widening of the mind and of the spirit.” Jawaharlal Nehru Wifey and I like to take a little stroll around the walled-in grounds of LAMB’s compound where we live and work. Although we don’t eat as late as many … Continue reading
Posted in Bangladesh, Life, Philosophy Tagged Bengali music, culture, Evening walks, harmonium, LAMB, music, Nehru, Sitar, Song, Tabla, Tagore 10 Comments