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Who was Jesus?

What are your thoughts on Jesus?

I ask because today I stumbled upon an old journal entry where I pondered what I thought Jesus was like here on earth. 938 more words


Growing pains.

We are eleven years old.  The conductor has consigned us to the back desk of the Second Violins as is usual for two Year Seven newcomers to the school orchestra.   379 more words


Global Feminism

Women hold up half the sky. – Chinese proverb

I had quite a liberal upbringing, thanks to parents who were more spiritual than religious, who weren’t very interested in politics, and who were less tiger parents and more “as long as you don’t get into trouble, you can do whatever you want.” Yet, as I grow older and know more about the world, there was a huge rift between them and I.

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Bits and Pieces from Old Journals

These will probably be embarrassing to read, but what the hell…the unexamined life and all that:

The Jagged Edge of Consciousness
Reality spreads its chasm charismatically opening the characteristics of nature, humanity, the jagged boredom of day after day until the chasm turns dark & death arrives. 322 more words


The Liebster Award

I’ve been nominated for the Liebster Award by Lori https://therattlingbones.wordpress.com/2015/05/27/the-liebster-award/ Thanks, Lori <3 I'm really flattered and honoured!

Just what is the Liebster Award? It is an online award given to new bloggers or those who have less than 1000 followers. 622 more words



At least the view was nice.

It wasn’t the most conventional setting for an interview – a bit noisy, cramped, and crowded – but Terra was more annoyed by the timing of the meeting, rather than the locale.  713 more words


Quite a Coincidence

So, I just returned from a trip to Tamil Nadu and Karnataka, rounded off by a visit to the Mysore Palace.

While I was there, I learned about the coronation ceremony of the 27th Wadiyar (titular) King-Yaduveer, who is to be anointed today in the palace, just as I write this post ! 13 more words