Once, somewhere in a rickety Ugandan craft-shack, a concerned friend, with a penchant for economic efficiency, cautioned me not to ‘upset the market’ for future visitors. I had heeded his advice initially – quite reluctantly, I had adopted the custom of bargaining from...

I was born at just 1.2 kilograms. I was about as long as the portion of the arm between the wrist and the elbow. I was tiny, a little more than a speck. “Even the extra-small nappies came up to your chest!”, my Mum used to remark. My Dad said what really got him was wh...

I have a single enduring memory of Church from when I was a kid: sitting in the pew attempting to count the seemingly vast number of bricks in the wall behind the speaker (not that I now have any idea how many there were!). And, although I was brought up by my parents...

Most of my family are religious so going to Church has always been normal for me. It's often assumed that this sort of upbringing makes it more likely that someone will be religious later in life, but I found that as I began wondering why my family all trooped off to C...

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