Author: Fred Parry

Still Like a Rolling Stone

Still Like a Rolling Stone

Bob Dylan – the musical genius from the ‘50s folk scene and through to the ‘60s counter-culture  – remains a poet with the words of a storyteller set to music. Awarded the Nobel prize for literature for a lifetime of poetry, the literary world was rocked: first time for an artist mainly known as a…

A Question of Hope

A Question of Hope

Learning our return flight had been delayed again  – “delayed” being an euphemism for “don’t hold your breath” – I started hearing the strands of a Sinatra tune, “Come fly with me!  Let’s fly, let’s fly away!” Ah, the 1950’s… and now? Too much pent up demand due to COVID-19, too many people trying to…

Losing to Live
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Losing to Live

Malcom Muggeridge (1903 -1990) was a noted international journalist, editor, author and media personality. For most of his life he was agnostic… later becoming a Protestant and, near the end of his life, a Catholic. Despite such a diverse spiritual background, some of his greatest rediscoveries involved key Christian teachings – describing his efforts to…

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