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Maybe I need to click my heels three times?

Lately I’ve been pondering on the disconnect between saying you forgive someone and actually forgiving someone. The topic of forgiveness seems to be following me around, popping up everywhere, metaphorically tapping me on the shoulder saying ‘Hey, there’s something you need to take care of.’ 589 more words


Looks like I’m back again, back to the topic of identity and self-worth. This post is going to be a bit rambly and personal – I still can’t get my thoughts to align clearly in my head. 2,127 more words


Thursday Re-View -- Life Re-Imagined

Now what?

That question – in a nutshell – occupies a fair amount of my time now that I’m “not working.”

People who know me, know me as I once described in one of my posts. 837 more words

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Dirty Politics and all that - Letter to Editor HB Today

I write in response to Dr Michael Bassett’s talking point ‘It’s all time-honoured politicking’ (27/10/14). His assertion that the behaviours of our politicians high lighted in ‘Dirty Politics’ are acceptable because everyone does is quite frankly an insult to voters, and to the politicians who do not lower themselves into the gutter. 184 more words

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Stop killing my sacred cow!

No, not mine. This guy’s.

I literally can’t even with this.

Here’s Jonathan Jones’s basic argument: okay, King Tut was not a looker. But we shouldn’t really bring that fact up in computer reconstructions because it just ruins everything romantic I’ve constructed in my head about the past. 315 more words


As I came back through Dublin city...

Cue “The Spanish Lady” because I’ve been to Dublin and back!

Okay, I know it’s been a while since my last blog post. As you can probably imagine, life has gotten a little hectic here in Belfast with classes progressing at an alarming rate, trying to get a new orchestra off the ground, and keeping up with playing the organ. 342 more words

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My Heart is Heavy

My heart is heavy.

If I could gather together sages from the past, these are the questions I would ask them:

Jesus of Nazareth: Why do we forget the love, and how can we get it back? 228 more words

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