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A few thoughts on community

I’m often humbled by God bringing people into my life who truly care when I least expect it.

Just this morning, when I logged onto Facebook (I’m just as surprised as you all are – sometimes Facebook… 327 more words

Recollections & Reflections

'Jesus At The Pools Of Siloam, Bethesda, And Our Bath!'

A couple of days ago something extraordinary happened… something totally unexpected… something that in its own way was delightful and wonderful…  James had a bath!  An hour-long soak! 914 more words

Additional Needs

Romarantin

by Aidan Chivers

The air around me is calm and still as I wake up, but if I keep my eyes closed and breathe slowly, I can still hear the fading echoes of church bells, morning lectures and Latin grace. 530 more words

Prose

The Violin

The soft rustle of immaculate fabrics on an open balcony danced with the night breeze. She watched him with passion, his persona a mystery reflected on the dancing candlelight. 1,089 more words

Erotic Reverie

Angel of Hope -2.


There is a completely different mood in this photograph.
It’s lighter. The conversation between two angels only started.
It’s about purpose and belonging.
It’s about pleading to stay in the place which gives you comfort and peace. 9 more words

Photography

The untouchable ones

They came in winter to a sky that pulsated purple greys: blushing brides in crisp, pink blues.

I would be there, waiting, percolating in the heady cultural mix of art and artist; a moth ever drawn to their bright blooming flames. 135 more words

Sometimes Those Who Wander Are Actually Lost

This whole blogging thing has worked out well.  I write something about once a year and then a year later I read it and realize that I’m in exactly the same place.  1,338 more words