Sunday, August 26, 2007

On the discipline of praying the office and on spiritual dryness
Talking to Jorge: routine as a good thing, a background hum and markers for a life that’s prayer
Same old man, working at the mill
The mill turns around of its own free will
Hand in the hopper and the other in a sack
The ladies step forward and the gents fall back.
— Refrain, traditional folk song covered by Ian Matthews on Valley Hi (1973)

Mother Teresa’s dark night

Yoda bumps
Tricks of the devils and/or part of God’s ultimate plan? The Revd Sharon writes about them. From Tim Cravens.

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