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Home now from Wales and the Cistercian Way

the views and the walking impressed deep within. Catching up now on sleep with a huge amount to process.   77 more words

Kolbe on Sin

Whenever you feel guilty, even if it is because you have consciously committed a sin, a serious sin, something you have kept doing many, many times, never let the devil deceive you by allowing him to discourage you.

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Through others eyes

Stay long enough in Jerusalem and you are bound to meet people you know.  This has always been a meeting place in the world and, indeed, so many old maps placed Jerusalem at the centre, the meeting point of the nations. 642 more words

Andrew Nunn

Tangier, Stop 3

I loved Tangier! (Well, I mostly spent my time outside and around the city but I very much enjoyed the area.)

I took the early morning, 5 hour train from Casablanca to Tangier. 759 more words


All Things New

He will wipe away every tear from their eyes, and death will not exist any more—or mourning, or crying, or pain, for the former things have ceased to exist.”

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Jacob & Sons

After having made the trip to Hebron and the tomb of the Matriarchs and Patriarchs I thought it would be a good idea to cross the city to see the wonderful windows by Marc Chagall that are the glory of the synagogue at the Hadassah Hospital.  747 more words

Andrew Nunn

crossing the Andes

A 6-hour bus ride takes you from Mendoza across the Andes to Santiago de Chile. The route climbs very slowly on the Argentinian side so it is a surprise when a road sign at the border informs you that you are 3,200 metres above sea level. 506 more words