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Hot Topics and Micro-Revolutions

Recently I witnessed something quite disturbing, but probably quite familiar to most people reading this. I was in a small lecture / discussion group, and the topic was current affairs in Israel. I made a comment. Another member of the audience responded, obviously very irate at what I had said, and, as she spoke, she…

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The Ordinary

What is an ordinary day for you? I guess that the answer is different for all of us, but probably follows a rhythm of waking up, getting up, having some breakfast, doing a morning routine, doing what needs to be done for the day, eating meals, taking a break at some point, then evening routine…

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Compassion Fatigue?

It was a beautiful autumn morning (again! – how lucky we are to be able to say this almost half way through November!) and I have once again gone for a walk in the local park, as I am trying to do most mornings since TLC moved out of the Ark three weeks ago. It…

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All’s Well That Ends Well

Wednesday next week will be our last day at the Ark building. On Thursday we will move out, and be taking a break from trading as a cafe until the spring. CATCH, The youth organisation that owns the building and runs fantastic events and programs for the young people in the area, are intending to…

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Untitled…

I was walking home with my daughter. As we walked through the park, we looked up and saw this tree. It was too beautiful not to try to capture. As I took out my phone to take picture, I saw that the following was posted on the WhatsApp group for TLC volunteers; and it’s too…

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