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Tag Archives: travel
A poem from a couple of years ago, when the only time in the day that I saw my husband was as our cars passed on opposite sides of the highway’s central divide. This year, he’s out of state. Oh … Continue reading
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Hospitality – 2: guest vs host
This week, I read in the blog of a friend, who’s spending his sabbatical in the Holy Land during the holy month of Ramadan, the following nugget: An-Najah is a half-mile walk past Rafidia, so after church I had a nice … Continue reading
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Hospitality – 1: the short form
Recently, I’ve been travelling. I’ve experienced hospitality both as a guest and as a host, and as the visitor to unfamiliar church communities’ weekly services. Arriving early to one such service, I found the place quiet and meditative. A note in the bulletin, in … Continue reading
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A prayer life or une vie de priere?
The past two weeks I’ve been constantly on the move (or so it’s seemed). First, to the centre of England and a quiet village and a quaint cottage filled to the rafters with family; then a few glorious days in … Continue reading
Posted in other words, story Tagged Daily Office, Notre Dame, Paris, prayer, travel 1 Comment