Category Archives: Finding our way

Finding our way

The Hand of God

  And I said to the man who stood at the gate of the year: “Give me a light that I may tread safely into the unknown.” And he replied: “Go out into the darkness and put your hand into … Continue reading

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Life Work

  Think of a single word that sums up your values. A recent book asked that. I can't remember the name of the author and it has gone back to the library! However, it is a really useful question. I … Continue reading

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Listening to Life

Listen, my heart, to the whispering of the world. That is how it makes love to you. Tagore.   How to pass a day? Mike spent this morning researching my lymphoma with the impossible name. He put together a comprehensive … Continue reading

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To Believe or not to Believe

Raising kids without religion – should we? We didn't take ours to church because we grew up in the shadow of Anglican sin. A hopeless starting point of failure. Tie that in with so much historical abuse and taking them … Continue reading

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To Believe or not to Believe

Raising kids without religion – should we? We didn't take ours to church because we grew up in the shadow of Anglican sin. A hopeless starting point of failure. Tie that in with so much historical abuse and taking them … Continue reading

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A Gift to the Soul

Aching, worse and worse all summer. Now very stiff and painful on waking. But worst, the constant bruised ache across my pelvis. This on top of my regular burning sacrum. Looked it up on google: not encouraging. All the symptoms … Continue reading

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Small Gratitudes

What do you do when your life is on an even keel – very even? So even that every day is the same, not a bad same, but unchanging? That's what it is like living with a crock back – … Continue reading

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