Manchester 


In the wake of the atrocious attack in Manchester last night, I feel have to say something. But like so many people today there are simply not enough words to express just how sad,  shocked, upset, fearful, determined, defiant and united we feel as a city. Mancunians are renowned for our understated attitude to getting... Continue Reading →

Love


Lent Challenge – Love What is love? Why do we love? How do we love? How do we know we are loved? Why do we withhold love? Love is the emotion that makes us human, and to be human is to love. Whether it is the romantic love another person, or love of a situation... Continue Reading →

Love and Loss


Over two days this week I have been involved in four funerals. When I say “involved” I mean that I have provided the music for one, delivered the eulogy and address at one, supported a friend who was delivering his first eulogy at another, and at one to mourn the passing and celebrate the life... Continue Reading →

People


  "The planet does not need more successful people. The planet desperately needs more peacemakers, healers, restorers, storytellers and lovers of all kinds". - Dalai Lama      

Love-ly Hodgepodge


Welcome to this week’s love-filled Hodgepodge. If you want to play along, please click on the badge below and you will be taken to the host site where you can get all the instructions and info on how to join in. Thank you Joyce for another great set of questions. Here we go: 1. Create... Continue Reading →

Wednesday Hodgepodge – 3rd February


I have been very remiss and not taken part in the Wednesday Hodgepodge for some time, and I am very glad to join in today. Thank you Joyce for your questions this week and I hope you feel better soon!   1. Describe love using all five senses- Sight – my daughter’s face inches from... Continue Reading →

3 Things


Just a little something to get my bloggy head on again! If you fancy joining me please copy and paste my post into your own (new) post, and replace my answers with your own. If you'd like to let me know how you got on drop me a link to your post in my comments... Continue Reading →

The Law and Soup


  This is an adapted transcript of the sermon I delivered this morning at St Peter's Church in Blackley. I used a basket full of vegetables, a stock pot and a jug of water as props to help tell it, and I'd love to hear your thoughts if you would like to leave a comment.... Continue Reading →

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