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"CREATE in me a pure heart, O my God, and renew a tranquil conscience within me, O my Hope!" This is the opening line of one of my favourite prayers in my Baha’i Prayer Book. Creating unity, harmony, peace in the world is the global vision of Baha’u’llah of the Baha’i Faith. This starts with each person creating this within themselves, and as a Baha’i, this means to me, saying prayers, reading from the Writings of Baha’u’llah, forging a spiritual relationship and understanding of the world that can renew a positive outlook on life.
Stadium Arcadium by the Red Hot Chili Peppers, four LP box set including booklets released on Warner Bros 2006, value £60
MORECAMBE'S Midland Hotel says this year's Seafood Festival will be the "biggest and best yet".
LANDSCAPE conservation charity Friends of the Lake District is on a mission to sign up even more volunteers to their ambitious ‘Great Cumbrian Litter Pick’.
A SMALL South Lakeland zoo has aided conservation efforts of the endangered snow leopard by helping to bring a new cub into the world.
INGLETON Outdoor Swimming Pool now has its own defibrillator as part of the Ingleton Save A Life project.
A BORN and bred Kendal resident believes that the Lake District National Park Authority's (LDNPA) local plan focuses on 'commercialisation' rather than 'conservation'.
UNDERBARROW Women's Institute members celebrated the branch's 95th birthday with an Edwardian- style tea party.
A KENDAL swimmer has come away from the final round of the North West Regional Championships in Manchester with a set of results to be proud of.
To mark the 200th anniversary of The Westmorland Gazette in 2018, we are publishing a photograph from our archives on our website every day this year.
SAFE shades of beige, cream and magnolia are masking householders' love of colour, says furniture maker DFS.
DREAMCATCHER: Alex Hossack and Catherine Aubrey interpret your dreams. If the dreamer would like to provide feedback about the interpretation, please send it to ACDreamcatchers@mail.com.
HOUSEHOLDERS are being warned against the dangers of DIY on home heating this summer by OFTEC, the trade body for the oil-fired heating industry.
TWO young sisters will be stepping out to raise cash for Settle swimming pool - by striding up the highest peak in England and Wales
KENDAL fire station is set to become a 24 hour station by the end of this year following firefighter staffing changes in Cumbria.
WITH Brexit forcing a rethink of the Irish border, Rona Munro’s powerful play about the lives of four women, held within the violence of the ‘Troubles’ in 1990s Northern Ireland, is a stark reminder of how fragile the peace process is just over the water, writes KAREN MORLEY-CHESWORTH.
A NEW book, Granny's Kitchen Cupboard, gives a remarkable glimpse into the home-shopping trends of years gone by.
PUPILS at a north Lancashire primary school have had the opportunity to learn about their school's unique World War One connections.
A LAW professor who has presented papers across the world has died.
CARNFORTH'S Mayor is 'not happy' with the news that a traffic diversion that caused 'horrendous' disruption looks set to return to the town.