Tag Archives: spirituality

Nightmares…

I woke sobbing this morning after a fitful sleep filled with nightmares. Not the kind where the monster with dripping fangs chases you like a scared rabbit through the set of a Hammer horror movie. Those are easily dealt with… … Continue reading

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Beyond the doorstep

It is pitch black; like an idiot, I am teetering on a stool cleaning windows and muttering that there are far better ways to spend my life that doing chores. To say that I hate housework would be inaccurate. I … Continue reading

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Copyright©God…

‘Seek and you will find Ask and the door will open’ The heart knows the way All questions have an answer All destiny a purpose I cannot copyright my soul. Nor can I claim exclusivity for its questions. In an … Continue reading

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Rombald’s Moor – Reblogged in honour of #YorkshireDay…

There is a place the heart calls home, I think, for each of us. Sometimes we are lucky enough to live there. Sometimes it simply lives within us and pulls at the heartstrings, calling us. It may be the place … Continue reading

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Assassins

We are our own worst enemies. That should go without saying but, although the adage has a solid place in our vocabulary we seldom really stop and think about it. Or at least when it applies to ourselves. We can, … Continue reading

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On the horizon…

I always look forward to September. It is one of the most  beautiful times of year in Britain. The days are usually mild and often beautiful, the last of the heather lingers as summer slides into autumn…a perfect moment for … Continue reading

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Scouring the Horse by Paul Handover

Reblogged from Learning From Dogs: Uffington has a very special place in our adventures. In many ways, it was ‘where it all began‘… though it had begun, in fact, long before…we just hadn’t become aware of the path we had … Continue reading

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