Thought for the Day 21st July

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Good morning my friends,

Have you ever gone to bed thinking 'I know there was something I should have done today?' Tiredness takes over and the appeal of rest and stillness become overwhelmingly inviting. Well, here is a confession, I have just realised that I needed to record a 'thought for the day' and thus arrive at my desk this morning with something of blank space and empty mind. Thankfully, Phillip Rice is more organised and has already sent to me his thought prepared for this Friday. So, with many thanks to Phillip, I sent his message to you a few days early. I will fill the gap later in the week. Hope you understand.

A print version is attached or you can view a video at:
https://youtu.be/ntHdPBBB1Ic

Have great day and take care.
Andrew

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