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The Most Encouraging Thing

The Lord is truly marvellous. I’m in a transatlantic WhatsApp group with seven other young saints and we fellowship about various other things. Our age ranges from 16 to 24 and, despite the physical distance, we have really enjoyed being built up via a WhatsApp. 495 more words



Since we’re headin’ out on the road, touring our new short film Migration, we decide we’d get a bunch of goodies made to bring along. We’ll drop a few teases over the next few weeks, starting with this beast of a machine printin’ up somethin’ fancy. 73 more words

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Banality of Upheaval

I walk through the desert and soak it all in. The sun, obviously: I’m shivering slightly from swimming through flash-flood pools that collected after last week’s rain in Jerusalem, we swim across the gevim and try to warm up when sunbeams make it into the narrow valley. 1,087 more words

5 Steps to do an In-Place Migration of OWB/DB from to


Hi all, today I decided to get out of my comfort zone to talk about the in-place OWB migration and a little bit of infrastructure. I decided to do that because the follow reasons: 1,799 more words


“My friends gave me some good news …”

22–23 March 2013

V: How have you been doing Luis Armando?

LA: I’ve resigned from the job where I was working!!!

V: So where are you now then? 128 more words


Stages of Migration

A friend of mine told me that there are phases of moving to a new place similar to the phases of grief. It’s called the stages of migration, and though there are different interpretations of it, they seem to boil down to the same thing. 593 more words


We Need New Names: How They Left

I recently read a book called “We Need New Names” by NoViolet Bulawayo – a book about a young girl, Darling, growing up in a shanty called Paradise in Zimbabwe and about the things she gets up to with her friends before she is sent to Michigan, America to live with her Aunty. 503 more words