Monthly Archives: April 2013

No Longer Watching Me Watching You

Mirrorless mir·ror  (mrr)- less n. 1. A surface not capable of reflecting sufficient undiffused light to form an image of an object placed in front of it. Also called Not looking glass. 2. Something that doesn’t faithfully reflect or give a true picture of … Continue reading

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Shooting the Stars

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Digital Trolls & Amazing Grace

Since coming to Mass and the Catholic Church I have found a formal more structured connection, which has become a thinning of the veil between me and God, this is a feeling that I never personally experienced in the same … Continue reading

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Grace – (gras)

(Christianity / Ecclesiastical Terms) Christianity a.  the free and unmerited favour of God shown towards man b.  the divine assistance and power given to man in spiritual rebirth and sanctification c.  the condition of being favoured or sanctified by God d.  … Continue reading

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The Cusp

On my walk I happened upon a newly dead robin. It must have  flown into a car.  The road is edged on both sides by hedges, trees and greenery and is a perfect haven for such beautiful wildlife.  So a … Continue reading

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Disappointments & Gratitude

This Easter has been my first ever Easter as a Catholic.  I was only received into the Catholic Church last Pentecost.  Last Pentecost was simple and understated, there were very few people at Mass, it was humble and special and … Continue reading

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The Third Way (Spiritually Speaking)

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Prayer

  My body seeks and finds his body in the deep of the night and his body seeks and finds mine, I have no idea how . . . . but God.   It amazes me how our spirits never … Continue reading

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It’s all in John’s Gospel

A few weeks before uni broke up for Easter I lost my confidence when offering a homeless man food and coffee.  I have never before encountered any problems feeding the homeless, but he was having a bad day.  I asked … Continue reading

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Second Thoughts

John 14:6 ‘Jesus saith unto him, I am the way, the truth, and the life: no man cometh unto the Father, but by me.’ † † Luke 10:42 ‘Mary hath chosen the best part, which shall not be taken away … Continue reading

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…oh, and almost forget this….

I’m coming back,  male! 0-;0) “Behold, I shall lead her, that I may make her male, in order that she also may become a living spirit like you males. For every woman who makes herself male shall enter into the … Continue reading

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Overgrown

‘All women should abstain from sexual relationships and put their emotional attachments in God,  all men should be homosexual, and then the world would be paradise again.’ Tonight me and my ‘young woman daughter’ watched a chick flick together. She … Continue reading

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Flowers Are Nothing More Than Sex To Plants

“the flowers are nothing more than sex to plants”   I read this line of poetry, in a beautiful transcendent poem on one of my followers blogs, My first response was that it made me sad. How male is that perspective! … Continue reading

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Easter Ramblings

I Love the header on this page.  It is a constant meditation on the final passion of Christ. The virgin pure untainted white sin free snow, the central pillar of wood the cross, and the berries Christ.  If you look … Continue reading

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There they found the Eleven assembled together with their companions!

Gospel Luke 24:13-35 ‘Two of the disciples of Jesus were on their way to a village called Emmaus, seven miles from Jerusalem, and they were talking together about all that had happened. Now as they talked this over, Jesus himself … Continue reading

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Fire & Rain + Faith & Hope

I have just walked many miles throughout Lent for charity, spiritually and physically. Thank God for occupying me with this 40 day walk, and holding me Fast to it.  It kept me going, when all I wanted to do was … Continue reading

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