We are exploring ways in which we can find secrets of heaven.  They needn’t be big things, but if they can help us to be happy in small ways, we can begin to appreciate and enjoy the heaven around us.

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If you are working towards greater happiness, more of an understanding of others and finding deeper resource from within, you will feel right at home here.

Through quirky stories and hard-learned life-experience, you will read gems of insight about being human, and how we can use these precious gifts to improve the sense of our place in society, and how to improve life for those around us.

I am have been blogging for a couple of years now, and have written for newsletters and publications since I was a teenager on matters close to my heart. I often see acts of great kindness that touch me, and on the other side of the coin, times when others have not acted altruistically, and I try to work out what I can learn from them. This is what I would like to share.

About me

Becky lives in York, UK, with her husband and two children, aged 10 and 7. She worked as a music teacher for 15 years, and was privileged to work with some remarkable young people over that time. While she was teaching (and having babies), she trained to be a minister of the New Church, which is now her day job. She also does voluntary work in supporting mothers and babies. She enjoys reading, cycling and playing netball, and having a good-old chin-wag with her friends.

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6 comments

  1. Found a joy pebble at Tresaith beach, Ceredigion ❤️ I’m starting my masters degree in music therapy in September and was on holiday with my soulmate who I’ve recently found.. we were brought together by his brother who has passed over.. joy was very apt for us. I’m Wiccan, so goddess bless.. your joy has crossed religious borders! Many thanks xx

    1. That’s lovely! We had a very wet walk from Aberporth to Tresaith on Friday. I’m so glad you have found your soulmate, and hope that you enjoy the music therapy course. I am sure they will both bring joy to your life. I’m sorry to hear about his brother. I am glad we can cross borders – I think many religions have more in common than we first think x

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