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THE FIRST 40 YEARS!

It has been a long and winding road through good times and bad. The constants have been my love and devotion to pigeons, nature, and all the elements in the big outdoors. After 42 years I am working still on the strain in others lofts and some studs, and my books apart, the strain from 71 to 879 miles is my finest creation to date. For 23 years the target remains The Barcelona International, and I want more of my birds to be sent to it, as it remains the ultimate marathon race for the cognoscenti. Despite external influences my focus and dedication are intact as persistent elements. Mark Gilbert has emerged as the greatest racing man between 500 and 700 miles, sans doubte. I shall be interested to see who creates the next great book on pigeon racing-Geoff Cooper may have things to record! DVDs come and go like the seasons, as do the fanciers who promote them. We have seen The BICC emerge as an international powerhouse of global significance-open to all, it is the Zenith of a man’s dreams and aspirations ,and will continue to grow and expand in the UK.

DOES THE INDIVIDUAL DEFINE THE NATURE OF EXTERNAL REALITY??

In my thoughts is the internal reality of the inner person in relation to what we call the external world. If we are all individuals, can we tell that the world around us is a separate entity, an external object? It is my belief that what i experience is peculiar to me, subjective and individual. I like this insight or perception as it gives me drive to be different and creative, as expressed in my 8 books and thousands of articles. How do these ideas relate to consciousness and the ego? Many of the great authors have tapped into an original conscious stream like Sartre/Blake and Rowling. What they expressed was the inner truth of imagination that was objectified in print as a personal statement to the external worlds of others-the microcosm within the macrocosm. What do the readers think on this in relation to the real or unreal-it fascinates me??


Jim Emerton