Category Archives: Religion

I am an Anglican so I write from an Anglican point of view

Oh Death, Where is thy sting?


We are the emptiness at the centre of the universe holding all together giving witness to its self-disclosure. We were created so that the universe could know itself. Man is the answer to the universe’s “Why?” We reach from the … Continue reading

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One with each other and God


Jesus teaches that man and wife are to become “one flesh” (Matthew 19:6) When we marry two souls become one. A presence is formed in each other. Each feel that they can face anything as long as the other is … Continue reading

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Wherefore art thou…


I cry in my agony, “O Patricia, Patricia, wherefore art thou; why must thou be dead? You loved me royally, as I love you!” She answers softly from deep within, “I am everywhere, my love, everywhere. Still one with you! … Continue reading

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Yes we still LOVE!


It happens more often now. I catch a glimpse of you out of the corner of my eye or with my mind’s eye. You speak to tell me a family truth or about something that has pleased you, some day … Continue reading

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Paradise enow


Seeing what is to be in my dream before I awoke. Thou beside me singing on a highland shore. A crimson sun rising over the sea. Lilacs all around, the scent of their opening in the light of dawn. This … Continue reading

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Most inspirational passage I have read all Week


“Blessed are those who mourn, for they will be comforted.” Essentially, from a wisdom perspective, this second beatitude is talking about vulnerability and flow. When we mourn (and we’re talking about true mourning here, not complaining or self pity) we … Continue reading

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I am therefore I think!


“I am, therefore, I think” God is, therefore, I Love. Patricia is, we love, therefore, we are One with each other and God. Heart, soul, mind and body are God’s. Render unto God the things that are God’s: heart, soul, … Continue reading

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