I rarely post things here that I haven't written myself, but I genuinely believe that the video that follows will be appreciated by many of those who read my blog. I hope you get as much out of it as I did. It's only twelve minutes long
Scarcely a day goes by without my reading about the heavy toll on the nation’s mental health. We shouldn’t be surprised that many are suffering from stress and anxiety after a year of lockdown at various levels and with our Press and Media uniformly overflowing with dire warnings of Third Waves, monstrous global death tolls and the risk of variants that will be resistant to the vaccines and which will set us back to square one.
Why on earth would I wish to write about masks? Isn’t it a very minor inconvenience, in the larger context of lockdowns and other restrictions on our lives? It’s precisely because I believe the opposite that I want to tackle the subject. I believe masks to be the height of stupidity and an outward sign of the extent of our government’s duplicity and our collective insanity in meekly complying.
If anyone reading this has ever had to design a funeral service, you’re likely to have appreciated how special was the funeral service of the Duke of Edinburgh on Saturday 17th April. Will it ever be surpassed?
The following short Youtube video gave me a burst of joy this morning:
I don’t feel I can allow the death of the Duke of Edinburgh to pass without comment from me.