Monthly Archives: January 2017

Thanks to ‘Castaway’ for Being Gospel to Me.

In between the tennis and cricket, I happened upon Tom Hanks in ‘Castaway’ this week. One of the features of the movie is that being totally alone, he adopts ‘Wilson’ (a blood stained volley ball) as his conversation partner. He … Continue reading

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On the Difference Between the Ideal and the Real In The Media and the Church

Over the Summer, I heard a replayed interview from Radio National’s ‘Saturday Extra’. The person interviewed was Emma Sky, an expert on Middle Eastern affairs, who was an advisor to the US Military in Iraq. Here is what she said, … Continue reading

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On Being A Member of Something or Not

While on holidays, I went to a party. Where I met someone who said “ I have never paid tax and never voted!’ I must admit to being a bit shocked. I was thinking “Well how does someone gain status … Continue reading

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