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Two bowls

His job to put fresh food waste out (and through the day she piled the lot into a bowl upon the shelf) but often he forgot. One day he heard her give a shout – ‘Where is my salad bowl …

The Servant King (Maundy Thursday)

A gentle King who on a donkey rode, and then humility he also showed by washing feet – but know this humble King has all the mighty power which can...

Jesus approaching his departure

[Continuing the hymn-for-Sundays series] The time was coming soon – he knew just what he’d have to bear and do in love to save his people – all who...

Looking down on the city’s departures …

Like spokes on a wheel they travel out far in all directions, by train or car. Going where? and Why? … When weary of going will they be knowing …

Answers – Clarity

[Continuing the hymn-for-Sundays series] Wisdom’s calling: answers now for those troubled, wondering how to make sense of troubled days, progress...

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636 of my comments have received 658 Great Feedback votes

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And to you too. Thank you.

Posted on Thu, 31 Dec 2020

And to you too. Thank you. Cats must make more mess even! I remember one of mine as a crawling baby getting hold of a toilet roll - then you realise how much paper is in a toilet roll! Rhiannon

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What an interesting

Posted on Thu, 31 Dec 2020

What an interesting meditation on the effects of different instruments, and indicating how classical music can empathise with sadness, but also gently turn you to the brighter things that remain to enjoy. Rhiannon

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Posted in Symphony Of Emotions

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It can be quite a surprise to

Posted on Tue, 29 Dec 2020

It can be quite a surprise to some if you are able to tell them how it really hurts to have Jesus, who is your Friend, spoken about like that as a loose word. I used to tell the children to avoid using 'empty' words in anger, because sometimes...

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seems ethereal and dreamy,

Posted on Mon, 28 Dec 2020

seems ethereal and dreamy, highlighting perseverence in the face of injustice, and good come despite long harshness endured.  Rhiannon

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Posted in A Bridge of Lies

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ah, thank you for reminding

Posted on Thu, 24 Dec 2020

ah, thank you for reminding me of scrabble, Jenny. We do scrabble and courtdown puzzles every mealtime, but holidays we usually have a go at the proper game. My husband almost invariably wins by lots, it is his 'thing', but we have fun, and I can...

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Posted in Christmas Rhyme

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Very true, Jenny, thank you.

Posted on Mon, 21 Dec 2020

Very true, Jenny, thank you. When I studied biochemistry, I was amazed at the beauty on the microscopic and molecular scale of the structure and organisation, hidden from our eyes! Rhiannon

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Posted in Wonderful things come from surprising packages

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In the melancholy of mid

Posted on Mon, 21 Dec 2020

In the melancholy of mid-winter cold and dark, and often being alone indoors more (especially during these lockdown rules), the sense of aging and weakening health can settle like a black dog —

then it is time to cheer oneself up, and see...

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Posted in At Christmas

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I hadn't realised about the

Posted on Wed, 16 Dec 2020

I hadn't realised about the coming 'conjunction' (to our eyes!) of Jupiter and Saturn. Thank you for mentioning it!

I like your first verse for a bright clear December morning!

All have been fascinated by the turn of the year, and...

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Posted in Hibernal Solstice

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It's interesting to imagine

Posted on Mon, 14 Dec 2020

It's interesting to imagine being young and fitter again, isn't it? You inspired me to look up a bit about Snow Buntings

 I like the image of a tough, bendy body, limbs soldiering on though they ache, Rhiannon

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much beauty in winter,

Posted on Fri, 04 Dec 2020

much beauty in winter, especially in the clear cold days. Rhiannon

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Posted in In The Winter Woods

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