How planning Red Nose Day resulted in an unexpected religious experience. May 9, 2016May 9, 2016 Read now. Share this:TwitterFacebookLike this:Like Loading...
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They do religion very differently over there don’t they ? Lots to admire and lots to fear! Stark contrasts in views and outcomes, but lots of passion. We’re a bit more beige I think. I do love their enthusiasm but some varieties of it terrify me!
Thanks, would love to talk to Someone about what we are doing for RND in Chester, VT. Thanks
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Good luck Em, stay strong, you and Richard are just amazing, brave and wonderfully compassionate people. It is an amazing thing you are doing.
When you see good works and people proud to ‘serve’ others less fortunate than themselves, it really does give you a lift and encourages you to do your bit.
A thought provoking article . Good luck with Red Nose USA.
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Why did you by implication criticise Trump in your RND article when he unlike Obama is proposing increasing taxes on the rich to help the poor? As a Republican he is more likely to get such a policy through Congress than any Democrat President