Category Archives: death

Passing Over

“Eloi, Eloi, lema sabachthani?”  “My God, My God, why have You forsaken me?”   †   † This first saying of Jesus on the cross is traditionally called “The Word of Forgiveness”. It is theologically interpreted as Jesus’ prayer for forgiveness for … Continue reading

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A Pope With One Lung

. . . and a triune heart.   A church with one bell – Glory box. A reason . . . . . . . . . . . . . because God is Love. . . . . . … Continue reading

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Teardrops Composed

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Hope

Allegorical personification of Hope: “Hope in a Prison of Despair” by Evelyn de Morgan A few blogs back I wrote Dying Gracefully. It was about a very special elderly lady who was coming to the end of her life.  I have visited this dear … Continue reading

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The Final Passion

Today I took my two little daughters to Trafalgar Square to watch  The Passion.   It is Good Friday.  It is God Friday. It was so very moving.  At one point my youngest daughter hid behind my back, she couldn’t … Continue reading

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Dying Gracefully

I returned home from London late last night (at 12.45) to an email, telling me that a dearest elderly friend is now desperately ill.  Tomorrow is Mother’s Day. Today it is Mother’s Day. I put on a pretty dress and … Continue reading

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Made in the Image & Likeness of God – sensuous & extrasensory then.

Sensuousness is vital to our wholesome living.  It is vital to our living in Love with the world around us.  It is vital to our Spirit.  It is vital to us being inspired. Whether we are touched by an imposingly … Continue reading

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