Seventeen. Hope

hope is this frail little root that lifts a large chunk of asphalt just because. but a simple movement of foot can terminate the frail root. hope is also the balance between the fear of termination, and the lifting of asphalt covers. hope thrives on being opposed. this is why it is symbolised by holly, […]

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nine – the time for comfort

when the spirit is downcast, and the heart is broken, the prophet has to come in the name of the lord with words of comfort, light and healing. there are many among us who need this word of comfort and hope. and we who have been saved and comforted, are called to bring this word, […]

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a little bit of controversy (contains loads of links to loads of places, mainly numbers)

amidst all sorts of western cultural events that have lost their initial relationship to christendom (such as st. valentine’s, or st. david’s, or st. patrick’s day celebrations – more in my good friend Bob’s blog), amidst the signs of advancing spring, alongside the commemorations of earthquakes bygone and anticipated, this little country has come to […]

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meantime

for the two past days, i was translating a conference with/for people with ALS/MND. i admire the ones choose to fight on. i do. they have achieved much. they have moved mountains. they have been real vikings. even if i would never choose to fight on myself in a similar situation. if i had a […]

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