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Mate

Steady breathing, hearts beating while the soft Sunday light playfully drifts through the window slats upon our skin. The night’s nails and sheet travails in trying to sink deeper into each other fade into scabs like freshly shoveled dirt in a graveyard. 58 more words

Five-Hundred Word Challenge 128: Morning on a Saturday

It’s a morning on a Saturday, the first full day of the end of the week, although the week also begins on the following day, Sunday, so I am not sure as to why that’s called the weekend as well, as it should be called the week-beginning, although trying to call it that would lead to a weak beginning, just like this one, although I should probably pretend that it’s a lot stronger than it is, thus covering somehow, although not at the same time. 435 more words

Life

HEBEL (18th Sunday, Year C / Lk 12:13-21)

The Book of Ecclesiastes — Qoheleth in Hebrew which means ‘gatherer’ but also translated as ‘teacher’ or ‘preacher’—is a veritable source of quotations for many. Most of us must have heard of “A time to heal…a time to build,” or of “Vanity of vanities….” For all its striking expressions, Qoheleth is however a subversive book. 793 more words

Sunday Reflections

Iggy Pop: Post Pop Depression

Editor’s Note: This is album review is an  original assignment dated 30th April 2016.


With the start of 2016 already marking the closing chapter in the life of rock icons, Iggy Pop makes one last stand through… 422 more words

Reviews

Sermon, July 31, 2016

When I first met Colleen I had no idea that in time this person would flip my life upside down. ‘My’ stuff became ‘Our ‘ stuff.

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Sermons

Fresh Flavours at Cocktail Kitchen, JLT, Dubai

Sundays have never felt better. In an effort to promote the farm-to-table movement here in the UAE, Cocktail Kitchen in JLT has tied up with Ripe Organic to serve up a three-course meal every Sunday. 172 more words

Chicken

Simply Good Stuff

Oh, hey, look! An article – Six Simple Sunday Habits “It’s hard not to resent Mondays. The day marks the end of the fun and freedom of the weekend—and that’s especially true during the summer, when ordinary Saturdays and Sundays have a carefree vacation vibe.”