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1 June 2017

  • 6 August 2017

    I now wonder whether the biblical account of Cain and Abel might also be a folk memory... more»
    Cain and Abel - Through Another Lens
  • 21 June 2017

    It is a bright, blue, winter morning in the Southern Hemisphere and the winter solstice stretches our imagination... more»
    Dark and Light: A Solstice Story
  • 1 June 2017

    The steady life-giving heartbeat of the church community is sustained in the daily offering of Morning and Evening Prayer, for the praise of God and to pray for the world and the Church. more»
    Living In A History
  • 25 May 2017

    The embers of a late Autumn. Morning mists, fruitfulness, golden light, wind in my hair. Diamond-shaped Feijoa fruit carpet the ground... more»
    The Skylark Ascending
  • 2 February 2017

    In our day, women and men are protesting more and more, governments and the status quo are being overturned... more»
    February Tales
  • 9 October 2016

    'Tis easy,
    is it not,
    to allow those who walk
    halls of power
    to assume
    'larger than life'
    as if your sphere
    of influence,
    is too small
    to be of any note. more»
    Letter to the world-weary heart
  • 22 September 2016

    The Highland midge is on manoeuvres. A rare Indian summer in Scotland has brought the tiny biters to life again. Like a biblical plague, swarms of them have been landing on unsuspecting and unprotected skin and leaving a memory. more»
    Equinox Tales
  • 24 July 2016

    As the storm receded and left a beach full of broken shells, I started to learn to live between the tides, carried by the ocean's breath.

  • 18 September 2015

    This is Camelot, the Isle of Avalon, a place of disappeared kingdoms, myth, intentional well-being, religious and New Age pilgrimage. more»
    From Glastonbury to Iona
  • 20 January 2016

    An Epiphany sun shone for an hour or so today. And my eye was drawn to wandering dolphins and orcas in the Firth and a weather-beaten fisherman hauling lobster creels onto his rusty fishing boat. more»
    Two Halves of the Moon
  • 2 April 2016

    Focussed was I,
    on the pain of fiery rage
    I lost sight of fire' beauty... more»
    The fire of Divine Love
  • 25 April 2016

    The hallowing of memory is restorative, moving us, not only to give thanks for the gifts of life and freedom which we take for granted, but to bring to birth, in our own hearts and lives, a harvest of goodness, justice and peace. more»