Monthly Archives: April 2016

On Participating In A Course On Resilience

  At the Archdeaconry Conference last week we had a person from LPP Consulting come to talk to us about ‘resilience’. I thought I would share with you some of what was important to me about what he said.   … Continue reading

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Getting Used To The Idea Of Having Foes At This Late Age!

Having started thinking about having ‘foes’ or ‘enemies’, some more things have occurred to me. Here is the confession for this week. I heard myself saying ‘You know, I don’t think that I have ‘integrated’ the idea of actually ‘having’ … Continue reading

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On Quotes by Bonhoeffer and Justin Welby

Reflecting on the day of Death of Dietrich Bonhoeffer, I came across this quote that someone had put up. ‘Jesus Christ lived in the midst of his enemies. At the end all his disciples deserted him. On the Cross he … Continue reading

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On ‘Extended Sacraments’:Weeding and Pruning

I was ‘skyping’ with my sister this week for a ‘catch-up’. During the course of conversation she said to me “You know, Good Friday is my day in the garden, pruning.  I dig out the weeds, and prune the trees. … Continue reading

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