Music Played26 items
Bruce Springsteen Born To Run
Born To Run, CBS
The Wanted Walks Like Rihanna
(CD Single), Island, 1
Lenka The Show
(CD Single), Columbia, 1
Kid Creole and the Coconuts Annie I'm Not Your Daddy
Fantastic 80's Disc 2 (Various Artis, Columbia
Eliza Doolittle Pack Up
(CD Single), EMI, 1
The Beatles All You Need Is Love
The Beatles - 1, Apple, 6
The Beatles Money (That's What I Want)
With The Beatles, Parlophone, 14
Daft Punk Get Lucky (feat. Pharrell Williams)
Featured Artist: Pharrell Williams.
(CD Single), Columbia, 1
Soul II Soul and Caron Wheeler Back To Life (However Do You Want Me)
More Greatest Hits Of 80's (Various), Disky
Peter Sarstedt Where Do You Go To My Lovely
The Ivor Novello Winners, EMI
Bruno Mars Treasure
Unorthodox Jukebox, Atlantic, 1
Texas - The Greatest Hits, Mercury
Electric Light Orchestra Don't Bring Me Down
Light Years - The Very Best Of ELO, Epic, 4
Dario G Sunchyme
Huge Hits 1997 (Various Artists), Global Television
Bellowhead Betsy Baker
(CD Single), Navigator Records, 1
Snow Patrol Spitting Games
(CD Single), Parlophone
Simply Red Something Got Me Started
Simply Red Greatest Hits, East West Records
Fleetwood Mac You Make Loving Fun
The Very Best Of Fleetwood Mac, Warner Strategic Marketi, 3
Tom Odell Another Love
(CD Single), Sony Music, 1
The Style Council Walls Come Tumbling Down
Billy Elliot O.S.T. - Various Artists, Polydor, 13
Glen Campbell Walls
Meet Glen Campbell, Capitol, 2
Chris Rea Let's Dance
Auberge EP, East West Records
Orchestral Manoeuvres in the Dark Messages
The Best Of OMD, Virgin, 1
Goldfrapp Number 1
CD SINGLE, Mute Records
Maroon 5 This Love
(CD Single), J
Michael Bublé Close Your Eyes
To Be Loved, Reprise, 1
PAUSE FOR THOUGHT
With Father Brian D’Arcy, a Catholic Passionist priest.
As part of the preparations for the G8, we organised workshops on self-development for young people here. I learned a lot about myself too.
Good relationships thrive when those I love are free to be themselves. I shouldn’t force loved ones to be clones of myself. Furthermore I need to accept I’m not perfect; nobody has to be perfect.
I listened to President Obama tell young people in Northern Ireland to be bold and be different. The future will be brighter when children of all religions are educated together, he preached. They should not allow bigotry of the past, wherever it shows itself, to go unchallenged.
The young people, in turn, insisted on the right to determine their own futures. They will not be prisoners of history; they have no intention of accepting our past as their future.
Woody Allen has an innate ability to express his inner pain. “My one regret in life is that I am not someone else,” he admitted. There were times when I felt just like that, but not anymore.
I grew up in a culture which said I should be self-effacing. I should dream only when asleep. I should know my place.
Eventually I realised I was crippled by fears. Fear of what other people thought of me; fear of being normal. I pretended to be the person other people wanted me to be. A common but fatal mistake. Luckily I caught myself on.
I stopped trying to fix myself because I knew I wasn’t broken. I accepted myself warts and all, content to be perfectly imperfect.
That’s what helped me to break out of my comfort zone; I got the courage to be the person I was meant to be.
Most days I’m fine as long as I don’t allow my fear of others to become greater than my faith in who I am.
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