Black Lives Matter, but the world seems reluctant to hear it. It’s an indictment on us all that prejudice is still overt in the 21st Century.
For so long we’ve told people that it’s OK not to be OK. Perhaps now is a time to encourage people, to tell them that it’s OK to be OK.
I’ve heard that lockdown is the introvert’s paradise. Here is my take of living through this crazy period from my deeply introverted soul.
As I ran through New York, I should have known it wasn’t just injury. I was exhausted to the point of burnout and depression was eating me inside and out.
It’s never been just about a game. Liverpool Football Club is a way of life, a love affair with a club, bird and city.
“And there we she was, pure majesty, a sight more breathtakingly divine than any I have ever seen.” – my reflections and memories of Notre-Dame de Paris.
It was Epiphany 2006, the day when my life was truly transformed by grace, God’s grace which has resurrected me from the depths of suicide and mental illness.
My look back on 2018, a year when triumph and disaster were both met in the same manner, when the boy in his 40’s truly became a man.