Showing posts from October, 2019

In this cockeyed world there are shapes and designs, if only we have some curiosity, training, and compassion and take care not to lie or to be sentimental—Some reflections following the discovery of the 39 men and women found dead inside a refrigerated lorry on an industrial estate in Essex

A non-prophet organisation?

What porcupines can tell us about loving our neighbour who is also our enemy

Senhöstblad (Late Autumn Leaves) by Lars-Erik Larsson (1908–1986)

The subjunctive of potentiality—a meditation on some words by Robert Musil pushing against the rhetoric and reality of nationalism

Some photos from an early autumn walk across Grantchester Meadows

Short-circuiting the parable of the mustard seed—a harvest meditation giving thanks for all the children involved in the School Strike for Climate movement