Wishing everyone a happy St. George’s Day! Celebrating the date of his martyrdom where he died defending his Christian faith, St. George, slayer of Dragons, renowned for his bravery and strength, following the Battle of Agincourt in 1415, St. George’s Day became one of the most important feast days in the English calendar. ‘Cry GodContinue reading “Happy St. George’s Day!”
Im August I spent two weeks with an amazing group of Conservative politicians and friends on a volunteering project to Rwanda. It was a truly humbling experience to be in the remote town of Kigali with three other Councillors from around Britain passing on business experience and training to budding entrepreneurs.
March 12th saw the death of one of my favourite authors Terry Pratchett OBE. I have spent countless hours of my life flicking through already well thumbed paperbacks looking for that one witty turn of phrase that summed up my feelings perfectly, or recounting those story plots of such imagination and ingenuity amazed how anyone could putContinue reading ““So much universe, and so little time””
Star Trek is a wonderful part of my life and Leonard Nimoy was a very rich part of my idealistic youth. It represented everything that I hoped the world would be- united in peace and exploration, as one Mankind in search for knowledge and understanding, where war, money and greed was a thing of the past.