Good morning, Vietnam, America, Japan, Singapore, China and the four corners of the planet.
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I don’t know who you are. I don’t know what town you come from. I don’t know what your culture is like, or whether you are young, old, newly married, or what religion you belong to. But you know something about me in what I write. This is the problem with blogging; it’s unilateral. I love the human family and would be delighted to sit with a coffee and chat with you about your interests, hobbies, beliefs and what makes getting up in the morning exciting for you.
That’s why I love hill walking in Scotland’s fine places. A few years ago, I was walking up Goat Fell on The Island of Arran on Scotland’s west coast. Accompanying me was a lovely family from Norway who I just met. We had a great cultural interchange. Meeting with them is one of these films that is still rolling in my head despite the passing years. We remember kind people and I hope they had a lovely evening camping at the peak
Alas! It is not humanly possible to keep in touch with everyone. But I truly believe that in the great cosmic journey, we may still meet the kind strangers that have passed our way.When Jesus hung dying, a repentant criminal asked him, “When you get into your Kingdom, please remember me. Jesus gave him a one way ticket to paradise, he replied, “Truly I tell you today, you will be with me in paradise.” Luke 23: 43.
We do not understand the details of that paradise, but one thing is for sure, it’s worth striving for. So, perhaps you and I will meet again. Just ask for the thoughtful blogger called Jim when you make it.
You will notice there are no “contact” page or “comments” page. Well, there’s always some folk out there who come to poil the party: trolls, spammers and those with malicious intent. Therefore, I removed the pages. I just want to hear from kind people.