A feeling of darkness often serves to highlight the limitations of our pre-packaged ideas
I usually spend a day with the following day’s scripture so that in the evening I have something to share in these FFF posts.
Faith is not a light which scatters all our darkness, but a lamp which guides our steps in the night and suffices for the journey.
I was out for a walk last night soon after sunset, clear sky, Southern Cross above, and the International Space Station passing – a human presence in the skies.
Returning to the way things were is the “recession” of which we should have the most fear.
I'm happy to receive regular social media updates from Dr. Robert Wicks and this week one of his reflections began "The darkness we experience in life often tells just...
If you are ready for a broader faith perspective you might appreciate this offering – something a little different
In every encounter, local and afar, with people of every age and at every stage of life, the struggles and joys of people are remarkably similar.
Humans too often make the fatal mistake of separating body and soul, yet our deep desire is for unity of body and soul.
Both readings are personal favourites and every time I hear them and ponder them these texts speak to me in new and powerful ways.
Too often we settle for an existence of lurching from one satisfaction to the next.