Tag Archives: fullness of life

Finding My Keys

Though Tish Warren has a beautiful chapter on losing and finding keys in her book Liturgy of the Ordinary, I found myself thinking of keys in a different manner this week as I drew them. As pilgrims, much like Christian … Continue reading

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Don’t Give Up Joy For Lent

Do the opposite. Look for joy. Lent is a time of renewal, after all. Do you enjoy the relationships in your life? Relationships with friends and family, your relationship with God, and your relationship with yourself? Do you enjoy living?  Do you … Continue reading

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The Sacramental Here & Now

The ordinary moments of our daily life may appear commonplace, but in reality they are not so; they carry enormous significance. To polish a pair of shoes, to serve a helping of apple pie, to break bread, to chop firewood- … Continue reading

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These Are The People – Women’s March 21 January 2017.

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(Image source: google images. If you see one of your photos, let me know – I’ll add you name.)

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Some Things Do Not Change

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Lessons Learned… (Keep Practising)

Dear Ally, I hope this letter finds you well. I know you’re experiencing a lot of difficult things right now. I wanted to share a few things I’ve learned (often the hard way) and some I’m still learning. Enjoy your … Continue reading

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How Real It Is

God speaks to each of us before we are, Before he’s formed us — then, in cloudy speech, But only then, he speaks these words to each And silently walks with us from the dark: Driven by your senses, dare … Continue reading

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A Ship in Harbour is Safe

via September 25, 2016 – A ship in harbour is safe — Motivating Giraffe

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Sometimes Poetry Is Medicine…

FOR MARIA by Sindiwe Magona (read by the author here)   The first decade – I learnt to wipe my nose Wipe my feet before entering the house After a walk in the rain or on snow The second decade … Continue reading

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