Sometimes we think we know exactly what we are looking at, and where we are heading. A simple distraction can lead all of that to change! Things can seem slightly less clear or blurry round the edges! This can lead to greater disorientation.... Returning to a place of harmony, at least, can involve shifting your... Continue Reading →
This week I've been thinking about how we see God; that is how we STRUGGLE alone, before having some sort of EPIPHANY which allows space to ENCOUNTER God. A few weeks ago I wrote about the art of encounter and the need to look into the eyes of the person we are speaking with. This... Continue Reading →
#550 How many ways are there to #see the same thing? How many different #opinions can people hold? Does that mean that we can never #agree? Is there such a thing as good #disagreement? Can we ever take those who have such a different opinion from ours with us on the #journey?
#541 See the world through #godseyes #godslens #ministryofnoticing #disciplineofobservation #deeperlistening What do you see?
#467 I've been looking at the #parableofthesower Commentaries suggest that the explanation given #matthew13v18to23 was added later, and gives a different explanation from Jesus original intention. How can we know or understand the intentions of God when we are unable to see outside of our earthly experiences?
#369 What do you #see when you look at a field? Perhaps it depends on who or what you are. As a city girl, I see somethings exciting and beautiful. A farmer would perhaps see work, and therefore pressure. The red kites often seen flying around the area may see food possibilities, cows would see... Continue Reading →