Monthly Archives: March 2015

The Difference Between saying ‘Jesus Knew What Would Happen to Him because He was God’s Son and asking ‘What did he do that for?’

Last Tuesday at our Gospel Reflection Group we were having a talk about Jesus’ triumphal entry into Jerusalem. I raised the question of ‘Why did he do it?’ and “Surely he must have known that by going into the Temple … Continue reading

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Changing Leadersdhip Styles: How Getting Older Changes How I Lead. Neither Better nor Worse, Just Age Appropriate

It is as if a model of leadership is changing as I get older from the ‘heroic’ model of being the first over the barricades to being more contemplative and prayerful. Continue reading

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How What I Can Imagine Makes Some Good and Some Bad things P{ossible

Reflection 8-3-15 Recently I heard a person talking about their life in a wheelchair. They were not suffering from a life threatening illness, but had suffered spinal problems. So the person was describing their life, and how difficult was. Then … Continue reading

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