Wednesday, 23 March 2011

Libya - Psalm 81

Psalm 81....human temptation to "become like Gods" is to appoint ourselves judges of the universe and all that is in it..... Yet our judgements are flawed by selfishness. It is better to leave all judging in Gods hands......Not to the Tomahawk missile.

Update from local church

Heard today from someone that goes to the Cof E church I used to attend before joining the Ordinariate, that they are not missing us and that we have not left a hole in their congregation. I dont believe this person but I didn't really like the way I was told.

Glorious Day

A strange walk along River Medway then lunch beside the Medway watching the ducks and a few boats in the lovely warm sunshine at a very busy riverside pub

Saturday, 19 March 2011

Rude People

Working in retail has its rewards, you meet a nice cross section of people.
However there's always one or two that really spoil that thought and make you question why you bother working in retail, being nice to everyone even when they are downright rude.
I could give their names and addresses here but I wont.

Tuesday, 15 March 2011

BBC - ITV - SKY & Others

If the BBC, ITV, Sky and other news companies were just to send one or two journalists to areas that have suffered a major disaster ie Japan, they could share information with each other so the world would still get the information and with all the money they would save from air fares, accommodation food etc, they could make a huge donation to the relief fund of the disaster they are covering. They would not be using up much needed resources like food and fuel. As we pay licence fees to the BBC surley they should listen to us.

Monday, 14 March 2011

A Great Laugh - then!!

Watching some mothers do ave em.
A great way to cheer yourself up after a poor day at work and help to forget the worries that you have.
Then you see reports from Japan and realise that your worries are insignificant compared to others.


The ordinariates are now up and running, but I can't help thinking how the usual parishioners of the churches that we have joined feel when they walk into their church and see a group of strangers sitting in their pews and even in the place that they normally sit.
I do hope that I have not unintentionally upset anyone.