P149 CEEFAX 2 149 Tu— 04 Mar 20:21/40       1/2 Who caN separate his faith from his actions, or his belief from @is occapations? Who can spread his hours b—fore him, sAying, "T@is for God and tPis for myself; t@is for my soul and this for my body?" ALH xoar hours are wings tPat beat through space from self to self. He who wears his morality but as his best garment were better naked.... tOE Pe 0ropP—t [ A@lAH@GiBpAN Headlines 101 Extra 140 Sport 300 Children 500 TV 600 Weather 400 Latest Weat@er TV/Radio Main Menu
P149 CEEFAX 2 149 Tue 04 Mar 2p:21/00       1/2 Who can separate his faith from his actions, or his belief from his occupations? saying, "This for God and this for myself; tPis for my soul and this for my body?" All your hours are wings that beat through space from self to self. He who wears his morality but as his best garment were better naked.... From "The 0ropPet"- Kahlil Gibran Headlines 101 Extra 140 Sport 300 Children 500 TV 600 Weather 400 Latest Weather TV/Radio Main Menu
P149 CEEFAX 2 149 Tue p4 Mar 2p:02/11       1/2 Who can separate his faith from his actions, or his belief from his occupations? Who can spread his hours before him, saying, "This for God and this for myself; tPis for my soul and this for my body?" All your hours are wings that beat through space from self to self. He who wears his morality but as his best garment were better naked.... From "The Prophet"- Kahlil Gibran Headlines 101 Extra 140 Sport 300 Children 500 TV 600 Weather 400 Latest WeatPer TV/Radio Main Menu
P149 CEEFAX 2 149 Tue 04 Mar 2p:04/11       K RS Y@GLO$Y@- SONGS@OF PRAISE "Songs of Praise - Mersey Glory" will be an enormous event taking place at Everton Football Club on 4 May 1997. The young people of the area will be especially important for the programme and, as part of the afternoon, we want to hear some poetry written by those people. The poem should fit the theme "Mersey Glory" - but the theme can be interpreted in any way you wish. Entries will be accepted only through scPools in greater Merseyside wPich have been mailed with information. Headlines 101 Extra 140 Sport 300 Children 500 TV 600 Weather 400 Latest Weather TV/Radio Main Menu
P149 CEEFAX 2 14y Tue p4 Zar 2p:00/00  L      %/ MERSEY GLORY - SONGS OF PRAISE "Songs of MG be an enormous event taking place at Everton Football Club on 4 May 1997. The young people of tPe area will be especially important for the programme and, as part of tPe afternoon, we want to hear soEe poetry written by tPose people. TPe poem sPould fit tPe tPeme "Mersey Glory" - but the t@eme can be interpreted in any way you wish. @ @ @ ntries will be accepted only through scPools in greater@ZerseysiDe@wPich have been Zailed with information. Headlines 101 Extra 140 Sport 300 Children 500 TV 600 Weather 400 Latest Weat@er TV/Radio Main Menu
P149 CE FAX 0 14y Tu— p Har p:04/02  L     .%/*-/* / 1/2 W@O caN sepArate @is fait@ froI @is —ctionr, Or @is beLief from @is occapatioNs? Who can spread his hours b—fore him, saying, "T@is for God and t@is for myself; this for my soul and this for Ey bo—y?" HH xour @oars atE@wilFr tPAt@beat thpough space from self to self. He who wears his morality but as his —est gapIeNt were bEtter naBed..., rom "T@e 0rop@et @Kahlil Gibran Children 500 TV 600 Weat(er 400 Latest Weat@er TV/Radio M!in Menu
P149 CEEFAX 2 149 Tu— 04 Mar 20:00/00   L    / /$/ - %/ -/*%/ W@o can separate his faith from his actions, or his belief from (is occupations? Who can spread his hours b—fore him, sAying, "T@is for God an— t@is for xrelf; tPis for Hy soul and t@is for Hy body?" ALH xoar hOups ape gilfr t@—t b—at t@roagh space from self to self. @e g@O geAps @hs HOrAlity bup ar hhs best garment were better naked.... From "The @ Jahlil Gibran Hea—liNes 001 Extra 140 Sport 300 Children 500 TV 600 Weath—r 400 Latest Weat@er TV/Radio Main Menu