Posts tagged with: reflection

“I see you”, this line in the film Avatar refers to more than just “I’m looking in your direction” or, “yeah, yeah I know you are there.”  It is about being fully present, fully aware . . . fully paying attention.  Do we do this in our ministry with children and young people?  Do we......
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“Team work makes the dream work.” Nothing like a cheesy quote to get a blog post started.  Some quotes like this are just cliche or so overused they have lost all meaning and are nothing more than wall art.  However, this one is true. We achieve very little if we have a de-motivated, poorly equipped,......
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1 // People can see me doing it. This is me breaking cover. By writing this blog post I am telling you I am running. I could run on a treadmill in the house or I could run outside at the dead of night wearing a luminous orange head band and a bright yellow safety......
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I have a point of view. I think about things in a certain way; form my opinions based on my understanding of the world. So do you. So does everyone. No two points of view the same. It has been said of God though, that – unlike us, with our points of view- He has......
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It’s well over twenty years since this book was published – “Awareness” is a collection of material from Anthony De Mello, a monkish guy who encouraged people through retreats, workshops and therapy courses to discover their true selves.  To become aware of who they truly were and their potential.  This great little book is one......
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I arrived for a meeting today that didn’t happen. Probably my mistake – somehow I had in my diary to be at the Corn Exchange in Lewes for a review of the ‘Thrive’ programme – which is the remodelled work with children, young people and families for East Sussex County Council – the need for......
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