One Wild Life

West Cork author Clare Mulvaney authored a book a dozen years ago, titled One Wild Life.  She borrows the title from a poem by Mary Oliver which poses the question So tell me, []
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Measurements

I recently took up painting. It’s teaching me to appreciate the beauty in seemingly ordinary things. I find myself so intently focused on the subject, and so far removed from other distractions, []
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Sleep that Restores

When you’re tired everything seems heavier. And harder. And more painful. If you haven’t slept, your ability to make decisions is impaired. Your ability to manage your emotions is destroyed. You cry more. []
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The Other

I was trawling through the internet the other week looking for inspiration for my Netflix watchlist. Came across a few potentials – Living with Yourself (quirky comedy), Collateral (crime drama), History []
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Pepper

There is a pepper shaker in a cupboard in our house. It sits just below the teabags, which I’m sure many of you are familiar with from over the years, []
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Fight Club

There is a passage in the Bible that fascinates me. Picture yourself in the story: you have two wives, two servants, eleven sons, you’ve just crossed the ford of the Jabbok, and suddenly you’re caught up in []
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Distinctives

How would you describe our church? What makes it different from another?   For my next 2 blogs, I thought I’d have a go at describing our community, choosing just 4 characteristics. Of course, you can add to this list in the comments, because []
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One Simple Verse

I’m no preacher, though I admire those who can move the heart , inspire to action or introduce a new perspective by speaking with passion from the front.  I’m more prone to []
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