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Sanctity

Sacredness… sanctity… what is it, where is it, how does it work… practically speaking? Occasionally, not because this is the way the brain works, but because of the way it makes my mind feel, I wonder if there is a special part … Continue reading

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Hope Incarnate

I can’t really write about other people specifically. It’s a kind of code I have, part instinctive and part logical. People are sacred, and their lives are sacred, and just as I wouldn’t publish a photo of them online or draw … Continue reading

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A time to mourn

There is a time to mourn. Tomorrow we will have a service of remembrance in the evening for families who have been bereaved during the course of the past year. And there will be candles. And there will be hymns. … Continue reading

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Tiny Skeletons in the Closet

I am not a sensationalist. In the ministry to which I am called, you encounter such extremes of emotion in other people and are party to such a wide range of events, both joyous and terrible, that there is no … Continue reading

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God bless you Malala Yousafzai

This week has seen the BBC reporting on an incredibly brave Pakistani schoolgirl,  14year-old Malala Yousafzai, who is being treated in a British Hospital following an attempt by a Taliban gunman to assassinate the Muslim child, who has been campaigning … Continue reading

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