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Sorry! Just realised that two of the links are not working. Here they are:
I'll forgive you for mispelling my surname Joe (there is not C in it), while the F in FEEL stays for Friends, but we do campaign for freedom...from damages that meds do to the body and the mind.
Thank you for reviewing 'The Pageant of Survivor History': it was a great success indeed.
I believe it all came to satisfactory fruition thanks to the excellent cooperation and efforts that all participants put together in creating the lovely and pleasant evening that it was.
I wasn't expecting the open mike to be filled with more poetry: it was brilliant!
It would definitely be great to repeat it and I am sure that it will be another success.
Here I'd like to share all the records of the evening collected so far:
Full Pageant: http://studymore.org.uk/pageant.htm
Am sitting in the Bangalore sunshine and enjoyed reading your blog, old pal. As it happens I came up from my ashram in Trichy, Tamil Nadu, to locate Prof. Channabasavanna who was in charge of NIMHANS (the large mental hospital in Bangalore) and thank him for saving my life 24 years ago and taking care of me for 5 months... no exaggeration. Angela and I went to his house on 15th April and after explaining my miracle cure, we hugged one of the two psychiatrists who have impressed me most since 1974! He said that he would love to visit me when my house is built here, and I looked forward to sending him a warm invitation. Then seven days later... "pop" he's dead, and I read a SHRADDANJALI in the local newspaper and have just send an email to find out when and where his funeral will be held, so that we can attend and praise his life's work as well as my own sense of deep gratitude for helping me so much in a country where life is as cheap or even cheaper than in my homeland! Will get back in May or June or July. The longer I stay here - the more money I can save in the bank. Every loonie short of cash should visit India for winter holidays and save up enough to cover the fare and expenses, and get back with more cash than he had before! Best wishes Joe. Take care old mate! Alan Collins.
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