Some reflections of nurturing a capacity to go beyond recognising a hurt to having a sense of the impact of the hurt – while not allowing the situation to be about your experience. Rut Etheridge at Gentle Reformation: Every emotion you’ve felt, the Lord has felt. I don’t know how that works, exactly. I do …

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An in-depth article in The New Yorker dealing with dementia care and the way its practictioners struggle with the lying and untruths that are part of the life of carers and patients. Over the decades and even within among practitioners differing points of view and practices have been dominant and then given way to others. …

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Church is meant to be the one place on earth where people can come just as themselves and feel welcome and at home. But it’s not always the case. I found these seven reasons provided by Stephen Grcevich to make sense. It’s helpful to read what is obvious when made plain, but is so easy …

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