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Number 1 Copy of Never Alone

Number 1 Copy of Never Alone

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My latest inclusion on 20-06-08 biography of mine is not in strict chronological order, it is written with the memories as they are revealed to me, after the first most memorable happenings have been put to paper, the less prominent ones that come to my mind, and have guessed where they should be placed. Also truly believe that we are all travellers in this journey called life that it is a gift from God, and that we must all do the best we can in our allotted time to achieve our full potential, and help others achieve their very best also.


My latest inclusion on 20-06-08 biography of mine is not in strict chronological order, it is written with the memories as they are revealed to me, after the first most memorable happenings have been put to paper, the less prominent ones that come to my mind, and have guessed where they should be placed. Also truly believe that we are all travellers in this journey called life that it is a gift from God, and that we must all do the best we can in our allotted time to achieve our full potential, and help others achieve their very best also.


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NEVER ALONE
By Alan Hewett, (
see warning video 315)
 Preface
I would like to acknowledge that some small sections of this book contain information taken from theWorld Wide Web and wish to give my thanks and appreciation to those people that published it.
It is with some reluctance that I am writing my story but because tothe casual reader it may seem rather self indulgent or self focused,the most memorable highlights only are included below.However, my family has always found some aspects of my lifeinteresting and even intriguing, and insist that my life’s journey iscommitted to paper, for my future descendants to see and note.The Key to their Past is the first hand experiences of one of theirancestors, and I am taking the plunge so to speak.Please excuse the word I as it is, so abundant because I know noalternative way to tell of these portions of my life story withoutusing the word I, (1932) excluding scripture (my birth date) timesas it is a first hand recollection for those interested to read.If someone else can learn something from my journey through lifeor get some enjoyment out of my experience then it will have beenworth the exercise. This biography is not in strict chronologicalorder, it is written with the memories as they are revealed to me,after the first most memorable happenings have been put to paper,the less prominent ones that come to my mind, and have guessedwhere they should be placed. Also truly believe that we are alltravellers in this journey called life that it is a gift from God, andthat we must all do the best we can in our allotted time to achieveour full potential, and help others achieve their very best also.
 
Friday, 8 February 2008 at this time myfamily extends to 5 children and 13 of their children and one child, that died,and their children are now 6 living, ourgreat grand children, now 24 livingdescendants. Please read my memoriesand take note of them, I am sorry if youare upset by so much scripture. If so,take the matter up with God.
 
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CHAPTER
1.THE BULLARING YEARS
My first memory is very dim, but being only a toddler aroundeighteen months old and as time goes by, have come to realize it isquite remarkable that I can recall this event at all.There was a box of grapes on a table on the back veranda sitting inthe sun and being a curious toddler, climbed up on the table,promptly sat myself down and ate as many as I could before beingspotted.I must have passed out drunk with the fermented grapes becausethe only other part that I can remember is the Doctor ordering adose of castor oil and bed.I am sure the castor oil has a lot to do with why I remember thisevent; it certainly was a remedy that was to be avoided at all costs.There were many incidents of similar nature that happened whenmy size was small and Mum and Dad often commented that mycompanion was “Old Nick.Of course, I never could figure out who “Old Nick” exactly wasuntil much later in life.One day I thought I would help Dad by fuelling up the car, butsince I used the garden hose, it was a complete disaster.Mum and Dad were all dressed up in their tennis whites, we wereall aboard and ready to go, but we only made it as far as the firstgate and then spent the rest of Sunday draining water from the fueltank.Some time before this Dad had developed double pneumonia fromworking the team of horses in the rain.He was working the whole day in wet clothes with a chilly windfrom the south blowing hard and getting sick meant a large delayin seeding the crop.Twenty acres a day was a big effort with a horse team, finishingthe seeding of nine hundred acres a long way off, we needed helpdesperately to make it profitable, my cousin Bert Hewett came tohelp put the crop in.
 
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Bert had run away from home because his Dad had threatened toshoot him on sight, so Bert sought refuge with his Uncle Jim, myDad.Bert’s Dad used to get into a jealous fit of rage over the silliestlittle things concerning his wife Liz. If Bert showed up at that timethen he would become the brunt of his Dads furious temper yearslater, this trait was explained to us kids.. Consequently, Bert wasalways made welcome at our place.I was only three years old when Dad caught pneumonia and mynoisy behaviour was having an adverse effect on Dads condition.His temperature was 107 degrees and he was delirious andsuffering terribly.I had been told to be quiet on a number of occasions, but as usual, Iwas very ignorant of the reason why.Finally, Mum threatened to put me in the boot of the car if I did notcut out the noise and always one to push the limit, that is exactlywhere I ended up. After tearfully begging to be released because, Icould not bear the confined space or the darkness, my rebellionwas quenched for a short time, and my stubborn nature took a back seat shortly.When Elsie and I were very young, we used to dare each other torun under the 32 horses bellies while they were in their stallfeeding in troughs on both sides of the central lane to see whocould get through the line quickest.
. Ephesians 6:
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For we wrestle not against flesh andblood, but against principalities, against powers, againstthe rulers of the darkness of this world, against spiritualwickedness in high
 places
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Wherefore take unto youthe whole armour of God, that ye may be able towithstand in the evil day, and having done all, to stand.
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Stand therefore, having your loins girt about withtruth, and having on the breastplate of righteousness;
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And your feet shod with the preparation of the gospelof peace;
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Above all, taking the shield of faith,wherewith ye shall be able to quench all the fiery dartsof the wicked.
 

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