Monthly Archives: May 2012

Pentecost……….


Today being Pentecost Sunday, the passage read is texted below….. The biblical narrative of Pentecost, where the 12 Disciples of Christ received the Holy Spirit in the Upper Room, is given in the second chapter of the [Book of Acts]. … Continue reading

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Born Free, Living in Chains


The moment you are born, society starts transforming your thoughts. It is not interested in you being a free thinker. What these people have done has to be understood, because this is your story, the story of how you have … Continue reading

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Speaking at an occassion


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Shades of Grey


We were neighbours.  He often spoke of the changing times. Seven generations earlier being orthodox, it was demeaning to be found near the shadow of another faith. His Great grand aunt was a victim of honour as she was found … Continue reading

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Green…….Green……..Grass…………….


“The Kingdom of Heaven is like a landowner who went out at dawn to hire labourers for his vineyard”.(Mathew 20:1) This one parable has had a great influence in my thinking from early childhood. I have always believed in “KARMA” … Continue reading

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The Unheard Beat………


It was the summer of 2010, when I attended the reception of a friend. The band played, and the dance began. What struck me strange was that for the same song, the steps each couple did were strikingly different. Some … Continue reading

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Cobwebs in the Attic


The door bell rang at the twelfth hour. As the door opened she exclaimed “Happy Easter” Mary the mother walked in from the kitchen to see who had entered. I said “Magdala is here”. A bottle of Red Wine and … Continue reading

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>>>>>>>“Alleluia”, “Alleluia”


The first Sunday after Easter. Through the service the choir kept singing “Alleluia”, “Alleluia” The Disciples had gathered in the upper room afraid to venture out when the Lord appeared in their midst. They saw and they believed. The lord … Continue reading

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