Monthly Archives: January 2018

“How high are you in the sky?”

The healing power of nature Silent retreat Release your creativity Stars fresh air How high are you in the sky? ~De Jure J.D. Bancroft

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Confined by fences, bars and blocked passages…

Being inside looking out, chain-link fences, bars and blocked passages, these are all part of a recurrent theme in my mother’s photographs. From her writings she exclaims about her rights being taken away. On top of many pages she writes … Continue reading

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“Winning the Peace”

~ De Jure J.D. Bancroft Reinforced Democracy Why new global challenges? from radical fundamentalist’s lethal weapons and home economic dislocation to environmental degradations Speak honestly to our own people Marshall Plan system – lessons for today’s world and tomorrow’s Admirable … Continue reading

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“Homes and Land”

“Truth is…” Our family home was sold in 1978 after my parents divorce, a direct result of my mother’s increasing psychosis and my father’s lack of understanding. After the house sold my mother refused to leave and the moving people … Continue reading

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