Monthly Archives: April 2014

Facing death

When I was a child I was asked to draw a picture of Heaven. I drew a picture of a green meadow in Spring time, with a stream running along its edge, lush green grass and wild flowers, lambs gambolling, … Continue reading

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Love’s austere and lonely offices

Think of a time and a relationship where you have taken someone for granted, when you were unaware of practical love poured out for you. In the poem “Those winter Sundays” the narrator recalls how his father after a 6 … Continue reading

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Altered Perspectives

Altered Perspectives.

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Altered Perspectives

Although the reflections at Church have gone ahead each week, I am behind with my Blog. The main reason for this is that Kevin and I chose to replace our ten-year old computer with a new one. We have entered … Continue reading

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At Home

In my teenage years, on arriving back at our house after school, the first thing I did was to sit down with my Mum and our neighbour Mrs Iris Powell. It was our daily ritual. Often I would go and … Continue reading

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