Category Archives: Serendipity

Update – Keith, a Green Liberal Democrat

Just a short post today – I thought it was about time I updated my status on the Blog. Although I happen to be in Brazil as I am writing this I am no longer really an “expat” in Brazil … Continue reading

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The Climate really IS changing (serendipity part 3)

The Climate really IS changing  (serendipity part 3) OK, I have decided for the moment that daily politics will work itself out somehow and eventually its impact will become obvious on longer term issues, so I am going to pick up … Continue reading

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A Federal Europe and the Green Dividend (serendipity part 2)

A Federal Europe and the Green Dividend (overtaken, mid-post, by current political events!!) Serendipity Part 2 My last post concluded that building informal coalitions within a fluid European Union was potentially significant for achieving great advances in combating Climate Change, … Continue reading

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Darwin – Green Liberal Democrat? (serendipity part 1)

I have long held the view that serendipity plays a significant role in the furtherance of human knowledge and understanding and, by reason of timing, geography and my need for a cup of coffee, I found myself, this morning, wondering … Continue reading

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Serendipity, a Journey into Brazil`s past and the Yellow Woodpecker Farm

Serendipity, a Journey into Brazil`s past Visiting the Yellow Woodpecker Farm – “Sitio do Picapau Amarelo” My regular reader will probably recall that I am an absolute advocate of serendipity and its beneficence. I have recently been the beneficiary of … Continue reading

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Poppy Paintings – the mystery deepens.

Poppy Paintings – the mystery deepens. Well, well, well. My plea for more information about my coincidence of paintings (see previous blog post) was placed more in hope than in expectation – but last night I received an email from … Continue reading

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Hammocks and other lovely things.

Hammocks and other lovely things. As I was sitting in my hammock enjoying my lunch… That`s a lovely line, isn`t it? I think it is worthy of being repeated. “As I was sitting in my hammock” earlier, I was just … Continue reading

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Back Home

Back Home Having travelled to England from Brazil to launch my historical novel “Captain Cobbler” and then flown back via New York to launch the novel in the USA I am now wondering how sales will fare…? My very first … Continue reading

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Radio interview

Hello again… I meant to add a connection to my last post giving a link to Siren FM so that you could (if you really wanted to!) listen to their programme of Wednesday of this last week where I was … Continue reading

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Words – a new link in my brain!

Words – a new link in my brain! I have commented before that I like words… and I enjoy the process of thinking which links words to other words and ideas. So this short post is about that process having … Continue reading

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