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Father

Into thy hands I commend my spirit  

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It is impossible to any longer crucify somebody who has already been crucified and has ascended to their Father †

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I confess

I confess to almighty God and to you, my brothers and sisters, that I have greatly sinned, in my thoughts and in my words, in what I have done and in what I have failed to do, through my fault, … Continue reading

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2013

“May be able to comprehend with all the saints what is the width and length and depth and height. To know the love of Christ which passes knowledge; and you may be filled with all the fullness of God.” -Eph.3:18-19 … Continue reading

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a Miracle, a Baby, a Miracle

Luke 2:12-16 And this shall be a signe vnto you; yee shall find the babe wrapped in swadling clothes lying in a manger. – 1611 King James Bible † My last-born miracle † I often think of Mary and her … Continue reading

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And So . . . The Beat Goes On

The Jazz musician Dave Brubeck died this week and the radio has been endlessly playing Take Five which I Love.  Take Five also reminds me of another piece of music which I just adore by Buddy Rich. The music takes … Continue reading

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Door. 2

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Jesus is homeless and sleeping rough on the streets of London. Jesus is Watoto.

For the last few weeks I have been taking some polystyrene cups and a silly little flask to University, with soup in it, so that I could offer the homeless people whom I pass, a little something to warm them … Continue reading

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The Devil of the Stats

I have been writing my blog now for 9 months, (the same length of time it took, for each of my babies to be brought to life through my body) 72 posts in total to date.  Nobody knows about this … Continue reading

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Seeking Inspiration from Last Years Christmas Letter

Christmas Letter December 2010 It’s the first year that I have ever had ‘writers block’ for my Christmas letter. Usually it just flows, but this year I’ve waited, and I’ve waited and still the ink does not flow. So I … Continue reading

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Women Changing India

I happened upon an inspirational photographic exhibition in September, courtesy of the Saatchi Gallery at Sloane Square, London.  Women Changing India.  A focus on the changing role on women in Indian society.  The energizing spicy tempera and henna colours made … Continue reading

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Painting Myself In The Best Possible Light

Taking the children to school one day in the car, I was mortified by a conversation the local male/female duo were having on the radio, a debate about which age women should cease to wear their hair long, and should … Continue reading

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CK11 XCR (LOVE)

My old car was sold for far less than it was worth to me.  My old car many people thought was an ugly car.  My old car was lovingly resurrected after it’s borderline write off. Frighteningly and severely crunched in … Continue reading

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Rumbled

I have been rumbled.  Apologies.  This is due to artistic licence.  It has been amusingly and duly noted, that often within the weeks of my posts having been published, they randomly change, having bits added, re worded, taken away, paragraphs … Continue reading

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And Beautiful

Following on from the ‘Clever’ post I thought that these words from the Bishop of London were so poignant and beautiful. ‘We shall not be converted to the promise of the future by more knowledge, but rather by an increase … Continue reading

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