the primal sunrise

  • every day is a fresh begining
  • everyday day is a world made new
  • today presents itself with new oportunities
  • today you can start life afresh.
  • the above four points quoted from the late Stewart Wilde

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I was born Barbara Jean Speedwell in Belfast, but in 1948 our surname was changed, by the Catholic church when they baptised us and hid us in orphanages in Eire I am looking for my Brother Rufus or Jerry Hopewell who went down to an orphanage in Cork and last time I saw him was in London mid 60s, and sister Elizabeth Brodie Hopewell, who was with me in a Poor Claire Orphanage in Cavan. she later moved to amsterdam in the early 70s and that is when I last saw her.
my sister and I were known as the black doctors daughters, as he was a popular doctor.
anyone who knows anything regarding my siblings, please contact me via this site ie comment.

Thanks,  Dracospeedwell

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I was born Barbara Jean Speedwell in Belfast, but in 1948 our surname was changed, by the Catholic church when they baptised us and hid us in orphanages in Eire I am looking for my Brother Rufus or Jerry Hopewell who went down to an orphanage in Cork and last time I saw him was in London mid 60s, and sister Elizabeth Brodie Hopewell, who was with me in a Poor Claire Orphanage in Cavan. she later moved to amsterdam in the early 70s and that is when I last saw her. my sister and I were known as the black doctors daughters, as he was a popular doctor. anyone who knows anything regarding my siblings, please contact me via the comments on WWW.dracospeedwell.com thanks
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One Response to the primal sunrise

  1. dracosmirror says:

    These Four points may be recalled upon waking, say them in you head, or out loud, it will set you up for a more balanced day.

    The beauty of the present is encompassed within these 4 points, and you find yourself centered.

    Thanks Draco, for opening mine eyes and ears to the benefits of remaining present, in the here and now.

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