This is the standing of Lewis Adler in our community - the further right, the more of a Wikinut they are!
April 23 is St George's Day in England, but all is not well in "England's green and pleasant land"
This is a follow-up to my article titled "Europe's Poor Relations?"
Why are the scientific world and the Western media ignoring this British scientist's findings?
So you think UK pensioners are doing nicely do you? Think again and read on.
All of a sudden I've hit the Wikinut buffers, and I think I've found a problem area
In response to Mark's call for positive articles, this micro-poem is especially for anyone who thinks they've "lost" a loved one forever. There is no such thing as death, and no such thing as loss.
WE all face challenges in our lives and we always have the choice to surrender to them, or fight them. In my book, surrender is not – and never will be – an option!
The Mediterranean island of Malta has its charms, but our four-star hotel left a little to be desired. A very good excuse, then, for a tongue-in-cheek review.
We may not be able to see or touch them, but you can rest assured we all have companions in spirit who draw close to inspire and assist us whenever the time is right.
This is the sequel to my earlier tongue-in-cheek Wikinut article entitled "Country Living in England".
I wrote this travel article and shot its accompanying photographs for a travel magazine assignment in the 1990s. Now, however, seems an appropriate moment to resurrect it for the benefit of Wikinut readers
Miracles do happen! And sometimes it's the power of prayer at the controls.
All the signs are that we're getting very close indeed to the coming Age of Aquarius.
I wrote the original version of this poem in March 1990 and attached it to the flowers at my mother's funeral
A preamble and a poem to celebrate the certainty of a return visit...
It's not necessarily the big efforts we make in life that get the results. Sometimes the smallest nudge can trigger an avalanche of opportunities.
Beautiful music conveys a message many miles that all is well
Trust the tabloid media to blow it all out of proportion!
It's a new word on me, but I guess it sums-up where we are
Has Halloween been hijacked by big business? Do you have misgivings about the way Halloween has been commercialised? Here's a way of escaping those questions for a couple of hours
Is life in the English countryside all it's cracked-up to be?
How strange, yet appropriate, that a beautiful black cat should appear from nowhere to watch over my mother as her life ebbed away
Better late than never! Here ... after a three month wait ... is part two of my Healing on the Air story
Somehow, I knew in my heart, the old maxim of "if at first you don't succeed, try, try and try again" would pay-off ... eventually
The remarkable natural healing potential of music and the sound of the human voice conveyed on radio airwaves