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A Friday Funny


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You perhaps have to be a certain type of person to even appreciate this comic, but I thought it was one of the most hilarious things I’ve seen on the internet in a long time. I have probably posted enough pictures of flowers here to reveal which type I actually am. At times I despair

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Therapeutic Superstition – a Saturday read


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Last night I went with friends to see a performance of T.S. Eliot’s The Waste Land, acted by Julian Lamb and accompanied by David Pereira on cello. This was, as you might imagine if you know the poem, quite surreal. As the leaflet said: “We hope that combining the music and text will enable you

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Violent negative demands


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So much to love about CS Lewis, and when I read such things as this, I smile and I “get” it (from the chapter titled Light and Shade in Surprised by Joy, which is really a very interesting chapter: At the same time I now see that my view was closely connected with a certain lop-sidedness

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Conflict resolution ideas


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Picture from random blog. The link to this article on conflict resolutions tips by Ken Sande came in an email newsletter from the church I attended in Sydney. I find conflict a really grievous and stressful business, one that sometimes gets extraordinarily complicated by other factors. I am not a person who has had a

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Friday fun


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Here is another of these lists of things introverts love. I suspect it’s mainly introverts that read this blog in any case (not enough dopamine inducements here for the extraverts), so let us indulge and enjoy. I laughed, especially when I came to No 5 and No 19 (yes!), but most especially when I got

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