Tag Archives: faith

Mixed feelings…

In November last year, Stuart and I paid a visit to one of our old haunts. The church of St Nicholas at Great Kimble, with its enigmatic Lady chapel by Ninian Comper, had played a pivotal role in our adventures … Continue reading

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Mysteries #midnighthaiku

All that is, is not That which is not may yet be Mystery remains * Within or without No certainty is certain yet the Known is known

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Easter

In England today there are chocolate eggs and rabbits. In France the church bells are silent as the bells of St Peter’s fly to the children, tied with ribbons and flowers. Across the world images that combine the Christian and … Continue reading

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The courage of conviction…

‘They’ve got that completely the wrong way around.’ I almost winced as I read the article, completely disagreeing with the perspective that was being outlined. The basics were correct, I felt but there was something decidedly ‘off’ about the way … Continue reading

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Arch – Bob Fairfield #writephoto

Bare walls where once pictures gazed down and smiled content in their task, ransacked, the gospels in the glass now gone the sins of the world, through the arch revealed let in with the cold of despair Source: Bob Fairfield

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I Will Find Death – Colleen Brown

Reblogged from Colleen Brown at The Chatter Blog: I will find death. Because it’s there to be found. It is not elusive. And I, here, am not eternal. But when I find it I’ll have a few things to say … Continue reading

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The uncertainty of fish; random questions on the nature of existence…

“Fish simply do not exist.” My son, well used to the odd phrases that make it past my internal censors, merely grunts; his expression that of a man very well aware that to ask for elucidation would start a debate … Continue reading

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