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The green, green grass of home #Wales

by Kazeem Olalekan

Not everything that can be counted counts, and not everything that counts can be counted. – Albert Einstein

Howe is it that Wales, and its characteristic Welsh spirit, has come to dominate my ‘doctrine of Universal Truths’ journey? For its entire history, Wales has struggled against waves of invaders who have sought to subjugate its people; but, as the invaders found out, it’s a country that just won’t lie down (link). It is that ‘never say die’ attitude that eventually led to the writing of my book. There were key characters along the way that illuminated my path. In spite of what criticism there may be of the civil service, bureaucratic maneuvering is a factor in me being here today (even GOD – with a small g – defends bureaucracy).

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