Sadako Sasaki died when she was 12. She spent her life praying for peace. A sculpture of her in Seattle (pictured) shows her beckoning us to join her prayer. She was two years old when an atomic bomb was dropped on her town of Misasa Bridge in Hiroshima on August 6th 1945. This little girl […]
On this beach sound and sand we lay ourselves to rest: an annual punctuation, a colon and breathing space, kindling and basking delighted by overlapping waves of welcome: a silver thread in tiredness’ tapestry. Tourists and turtles take their turns digging to cool sand for new generation; young engineers make their marks and build playful […]
Lead learner, grasps graphite to grey gravity: bottom drawer, may b, pension drawer may b but lead learning at last. PS. I’m learning to draw!
“To all God’s beloved, who are called to be saints.” Romans 1:7 In the wake of the London stabbings a Yemeni Muslim, Tam, living in London posted on her blog: I moved to England in 2000 and I had a few months of peace and a promise of a new life in a civilised country where […]
To make some of us who say Morning Prayer on our own accountable, we gather our thoughts using Twitter #cLectio – some are now using Facebook too. It is a company I find helpful. I look forward to our daily posts, some of which are quite challenging. Hashtag cLectio was the brainchild of friend and […]
There’s been so much pain over the last few weeks. I’m conscious of the temptation to steal the victims’ thunder – I wouldn’t want to do that. Stealing their thunder is like making them victims all over again. But all of us are touched by what has happened in London and Manchester (and other trauma […]
Not lighting candles today may be the way to pray. Maybe eyes open, hands together, shoulder to shoulder the pain. Photo is by Natalie @Natalie_Oxford, originally posted on Twitter Words were originally shared on Twitter