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A genuine hope

Ron Ferguson explains why he believes the current problems of the world are rooted in the spiritual.

To turn once more towards that First Coming of the Christ is to turn towards the light, to look for illumination in the enfolding darkness.

THIS is the worst of times and the worst of times – and the worst of times are about to get even worse. Or so it seems. What is certainly true is that optimism is much harder to come by in these troubled days. (Or is it simply the case that your intrepid reporter in the Orkney Isles has succumbed to the enfolding winter darkness that characterises this time of year in the north?) Anything is possible these days. A recent survey showed that seven percent of the UK population is aff ected by seasonal aff ective disorder (SAD), a type of depression that materialises during the winter months when hours of daylight and levels of sunlight are at a minimum.

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