What are the words that wake us? What words wake us, make us and break us? These are the questions rattling round my mind today. Malcolm Guite has a sobering reflection on words in which he reflects on the shadow side of language – he has called it “What if …” (You can hear Malcolm’s reading […]
This is something to make All Saints Day. Thank you Simon for posting it.
Originally posted on shinystuff:
the kingdom of God is like a man who buys a bargain basement shrub and plants it in his garden and when it grows it is not a small and tidy thing it is horse chestnut alive with lime green leaves and tall pink candle flowers its roots will wreck the…
Originally posted on Teacher as Transformer:
I wonder what education might look like if we followed this simple advice each day for every person who walked in the door’s of our schools? Imagine a world where we could be happy, responsible, and not deny others their opportunities?
Originally posted on Malcolm Guite:
A Pentecost Banner at St. Michael ‘s Bartley Green Continuing in my cycle of sonnets for the Church Year this is a sonnet reflecting on and celebrating the themes and readings of Pentecost. Throughout the cycle, and more widely I have been reflecting on the traditional ‘four elements’ of earth,…
What a wonderful picture of the morning here from friend Simon Marsh. Definitely a blog worth following.
I have a bee in my bonnet about learning leadership from nature. Here is someone who says it so well …..