Monthly Archives: October 2011

Finding peace.

The waves of life washing over my feet, hypnotically I stare ahead, not really noticing my feet sinking into the sands of time. It takes all my energy just to stand, against the forces against me. The wind adds to … Continue reading

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The sea of life.

Masses of people going to and fro, like waves on the shore. Coming and going with the tide of societies expectation.  Crashing and eroding ones sanity with the ethic of greed and consumption. The weight of the grains of more, … Continue reading

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Wiped out….again.

Have you ever had one of those weeks or experiences that you wish you will never experience ever again? I have had one of those such weeks. Though not all was bad. It started on Saturday when I was involved … Continue reading

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Methods and means of education.

I was watching the ABC show QandA last night and one of the discussion was in regards to aboriginal poverty and education in the Northern Territory. It was mentioned that the communities had had new schools built with the state … Continue reading

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Christ the peace maker….a tough act to follow.

Being a peace maker when your surrounded with those who are like minded and those who love you is easy. Being a peace maker when your surrounded with those who are not likeminded and loving towards you is not so … Continue reading

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Christ the peace maker.

The Christian Gospel is a message of peace for all with God. It’s inclusive of all gender, race, class and age. It’s a story that brings us into relationship with God and with each other…and within that context it provides … Continue reading

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“Why?”

Its easy to ask “Why?” in the hard times of life. But have you ever stopped and thought that if we ask “Why?” in the hard times; we also have a responsibility to ask “Why?” in the good times?

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Who do you think you are?

My wife and I have been doing a 7 week marriage enrichment course and last night we we continued with the theme of “Who am I.” Within this context, last night we reflected on the issues of personal identity and … Continue reading

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Specialist update.

I saw the specialist on Monday for my regular check up. Because I had had a particularly busy weekend I was feeling fairly shattered on Monday morning and was running late in arriving at the surgery. One of the ongoing … Continue reading

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The semantics of Christianise.

I have heard it said, or words to the effect that the language of theology is a  precise language. By this: its implied that the words and terminology used, are precise words and terms, that are used for clarity and … Continue reading

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