Ask the origin of Mother Nature
With reference to J G Heighton's letter (Mercury Mailbox, September 28), in my opinion he is not looking at the whole picture.
I would like to ask him where he thinks Mother Nature comes from. Does he know how to produce something from nothing?
There has to be a god (our creator). In what form is open to interpretation.
We live in a cruel world sometimes – Mother Nature being one of the worst culprits.
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However, you have to assume that this is the way things were intended, for a reason we will never understand.
M T Flint, Blaby.
It is very laudable of you to cover The Race for Life with publicity and photographs over the past four months for this worthwhile cause.
However, I was very disappointed that you did not cover anything about the event which took place at Abbey Park on September 23.
This was the walk to highlight Alzheimer's/dementia.
We need to be very aware of this debilitating disease early and not be fobbed off by GPs with remarks such as "forgetfulness, it's your age" or "we all get this as we get older".
It's not just an older person's condition, it's a disease with no cure.
If not caught early, it can be devastating for the person, their carers and family, and be expensive if financial and welfare arrangements have not been put in place before the diseases takes hold.
Barry Chamberlain, Wigston Magna.
I have sent three e-mails to the mayor's office and each time I get an automatic reply saying "You should expect a response within 10 working days."
So far I have received no reply. Is this the way a mayor should behave?
Kevin Straw, Leicester.
Art Zarb (Mercury Mailbox, September 28) asks what "captchas" are for. If he Googled the word, he would find it's a security system which confirms a form on an internet site has been completed by a person, not a computer.
Mike Stevens, Leicester.