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Was Jesus Really Born in a Stable and Why Does it Matter? - Christine Sine

Well said, Madre!

Advent is half over. We still wait for the arrival of the Christ child. But to where will we welcome him? Do we really want him taking up residence in our homes or is easier to relegate him to the stable, to see him as an outsider, not really part of the family? 56 more words

Inspiring Blogs

Tutorial with Bridget 13/12/18 feedback on updated Project Proposal

Feedback from Bridget ( notes on PP document and verbal) and my reflection

This is a much more coherent project proposal.

How I can add to / develop it: 142 more words

Analysis

Day 226: Humble Heart And Honesty

The rare people who do become truly exceptional at something do so not because they believe they are exceptional. On the contrary, they become amazing because they’re obsessed with improvement.

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1 Year Of Gratitude

Preparing for 2019

I just realised that I may, just may be a paper hoarder. I woke up on Monday determined to start a clear out of paperwork that dates back to 2016 in preparation of 2019… 156 more words

Life In A Nutshell

Live Humbly

“How will this be,” Mary asked the angel, “since I am a virgin?” 
The angel answered, “The Holy Spirit will come on you, and the power of the Most High will overshadow you.

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Reflection

What do I want out of a PhD?

Today I’m responding to Dr Dickson Despommier’s question in response to my email – what are my learning objectives? Having had a look at what learning objectives for a PhD typically look like I thought I would break the mould on this and try to express more frankly what I am trying to get out of this PhD. 751 more words

Introspection Cycle