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Learning of Christ

[Continuing the hymn-for-Sundays series] Through ages men devised, a spectrum of belief – … Preoccupied, and rare to show compassion, love, for others’ needs to care and help, assistance give. But when of Christ they hear, and see compassion real, so many vile things disappear as like concern they feel. … And women gain respect, not treated as mere slaves …
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White stars and meadow bells

Woodland stars … Rich yellow cuplets …Fairy-skirt cowbells mauve …
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Do we spread love?

[Continuing the hymn-for-Sundays series] A world of love – for such we long: but what to do when done a wrong? We may need justice to be done … but still true love can … restoration bring.
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Durk Willems

(died 16 May 1569) His pursuer had fallen through the thin ice — what would he do?
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Suddenly, not there …

Whether rich or poor, kind or cruel all face those moments – someone is missing, gone, incommunicado – can’t phone, can’t see, can’t touch a final...

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636 of my comments have received 658 Great Feedback votes

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Congragulations! Still a

Posted on Sat, 20 Mar 2021

Congragulations! Still a lovely encouragement to those 'young lovers' of the meaning of committment! We celebrated 50 years last summer, similarly without much gathering (and I wasn't too well), but still the best wishes. Rhiannon

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Posted in A Milestone

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The gift of the 'now' –This

Posted on Tue, 16 Mar 2021

The gift of the 'now' –This day’s end, nowhere in sight – to enjoy, and to brighten others' lives. Rhiannon

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Posted in Carpe Diem !

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I've been mulling over this

Posted on Fri, 12 Mar 2021

I've been mulling over this since first reading it, Hilary. It shows what could happen if there was no control, but to me, the snowdrops signify the fact that God does have control, and all will end his way, with Jesus coming back before other...

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Posted in Pandora's Box

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You certainly brought back

Posted on Wed, 10 Mar 2021

You certainly brought back memories! I'm pretty sure it is a place we delighted in exploring a few years ago on a holiday in Devon. Such an interesting and intiguing and beautiful place. Rhiannon

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Posted in Lydford Gorge

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delightful video, what a

Posted on Wed, 03 Mar 2021

delightful video, what a pleasure to have been there and caught it on video for others. The moment of you the tree and wren all together in the peace was meaningfrul, and the last three lines helpful. Rhiannon

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Posted in Wren

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Contrast of the simplicity of

Posted on Mon, 01 Mar 2021

Contrast of the simplicity of unwashed hands, those of someone seemingly uncared-for, with the constantly hand-sanitized hands encouraged at present.— but all feel the cold of the snow. Rhiannon

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Posted in Hand Washing, Glasgow Central

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Oh, I see it is still a story

Posted on Sat, 30 Jan 2021

Oh, I see it is still a story in the making, and moving into the child's imaginary world of release from the real world that's gone so skew-whiff. Rhiannon

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Posted in part 6

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I don't know how I totally

Posted on Sat, 12 Dec 2020

I don't know how I totally missed this series, Di. I just came across it when I was searching for something else. I look forward to reading it. It seems to benefit from your observation of children's reactions, but also memories of your own...

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Posted in part 1

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Peaceful teenage summe

Posted on Thu, 25 Feb 2021

Peaceful teenage summer/spring evening! Rhiannon

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Posted in Timely Leisure Spent With You

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Appreciated that Richard,

Posted on Thu, 25 Feb 2021

Appreciated that Richard, with the comment on the now of age, and the memories of younger activity, and the pleasure to be given to others in our remaining days! Rhiannon

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Posted in An Older Age

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