Month: January 2022


Free, and yet not alone

None of us can produce good fruit on our own. Even when we’ve let go of the identities and ideas, the things and the memories that have previously defined us, we are still not alone. Every creative idea, each insight, whatever is healthy and lovely, is the product of some form of germination. And has …

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A time to mourn…

Many people, me included, were particularly struck by the last paragraph of Stephen St Amant’s blog – Filling the jar – that I quoted yesterday: Mourning the loss of all that we will never do is perhaps painful, but it’s necessary. If we don’t contend with that loss, it will continually get in the way …

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What we need to hear on time

Assumptions are not proven reality. They are what we tell ourselves to make sense of our world or to take action. And usually, they are helpful. Until they’re not. Enjoy this beautifully written piece from my friend Stephen St. Amant, from his Savenwood Blog. FILLING THE JAR Maybe you’ve heard the widely-shared parable about the …

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