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An Act of Faith

December 31, 2016

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Here we are, on our calendars it’s another year end, 2016, mighty and full and intense, in my memory. Last year, at this very time, the town I live in and surrounding villages and towns were only just beginning to surface from the most severe flood catastrophe in a long time. Both the magnitude of this […]

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The Sound of Hope

December 31, 2015

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It’s that time of year again. I am sat watching the sea, through this beautifully wide window,  from a place special to me and to my companion, feeling blessed to be able to be here. Only an hour ago the horizon had disappeared into a myst of sea spray, clouds and wind, the waves beating hard against […]

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Bridges & Fires

December 31, 2013

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Well, what  a ride this year has been… As I typed the title in the banner it occurred to me that for the past seven years I have been living in a town full of bridges, including the one in its name, and it then just felt clear to me that this year has been, […]

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Guest Post: We Are All Travellers (it’s just a question of what reality we settle for!)

November 3, 2011

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This month I have wanted to publish a post that came originally as a comment to my writing about ‘Nomads’, by my friend Mick Stevens, partly in response to the post, partly continuing on from one of our VERY long conversations! His comment is also posted at the bottom of that page but the depth […]

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