Category Archives: other blogs

In praise of pulses

Having grown up in Madagascar, I have plenty of time for pulses. You could buy a dozen varieties on the local markets, all lined up in baskets and sold by the tin-full. There was a wide range of colours and … Continue reading

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Valerie on food and faith

Check out Valerie Comer’s blog for an interesting look at food and faith.

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Musing out loud

This blog is mentioned as a link worth reading on a blog by Brad Brookins. We are honoured and will put a link up to his blog which is worth checking out. He seems to be a pastor and farmer. … Continue reading

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“No oil in the lamp” gets a mention in books of 2012

See Make Wealth history’s review of books of the year.

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Book review for our book!

Jeremy at “Make wealth history” has given our book a great review. See it “here”. Thanks Jeremy.

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Book featured on “Blessed Earth”

Our book is featured in the resources section of Blessed Earth. See here. This site is well worth a visit with lots of interesting resources. They are very active as an organisation in all sorts of environmental areas. Dr. Matthew … Continue reading

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Finite or infinite growth

Interesting posts here at what is really is our sister site “Make Wealth history” on infinite growth and what Keynes had to say on what was enough in the way of material goods and wealth. Like to point out we … Continue reading

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Andy’s guest blog

Andy made a guest blog on another blog “Big Circumstance”, (we know where that title came from).  Anyway the blog can be seen here and the blog site itself is worth a regular visit.

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