Hallowed be thy name, Miriam�

October 2012
Mail on Sunday;10/28/2012, p66
MANY years ago one of my primary school teachers suggested that God was everywhere, which prompted one of my classmates to express the wish that He was not in the cloakroom eating our sandwiches!


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