Tag Archives: Evil

Reality Check

I make no apologies for checking in with a photo of Misty. It always makes me smile to see her, clear-eyed, looking out from a blog post. ¬†We can learn a lot from our companion pets, not least how to … Continue reading

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Looking Forward

Sometimes I look at this face looking back at me in the bathroom mirror and think, You poor little old woman. Other days I think, Good grief it’s my mother, and more often than not I shrug and carry on … Continue reading

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A real fairytale

Do you like fairytales? I almost hesitate to ask the question, because The Secret of Moonacre is akin to the Narnia Tales in that it has undertones of sacrifice and resurrection. At one level, it is a rollicking tale of … Continue reading

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The Question of Evil

The discussion group tonight at Living the Questions will be looking at “Evil, Suffering and a God of Love.” Most apt for my current train of thought. So far, in doing my homework I have come across a quote worth … Continue reading

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Too much reality

This post is being written whilst I exit stage left because I am unable to deal with the tension in a crime show. I am famously, a coward when it comes to implied threat or violence. This brings me to … Continue reading

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