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Evil, Good and Woundedness: A Review of Neil Gaiman’s The Ocean at the End of the Lane

I was eleven years old – perched at the edge of puberty – and supposed to be having the time of my life. At sleepaway camp the pleasures of summer beckoned: horses, archery, a lake. 852 more words

Book Reviews

Garden of Delight

Working in my flower gardens is one of my favorite delights. I love to watch them change from mere soil into beds filled with beautiful flowers. 339 more words


Why Has Our Woundedness Left Us Isolated Instead of Connected?

The longer I live, the more I experience my own woundedness around the dreams I have held onto that haven’t played out in the way I had wished.   474 more words

Communal Imagination

Witness to the Nazarene: A Lamentation


The word floated up in my mind as I read of the systematic destruction of the ancient religious and cultural heritage of the city of Mosul by Iraq’s “Islamic State” militants who, having driven out the city’s centuries-old Christian population, have been turning even to iconic and treasured Muslim sites. 429 more words


Stop the Bleeding

Dear Hazel, 

I hate that you are still bleeding,

whilst I am not.

We can only be miserable for so long,

will you take what I have got? 1,769 more words