This post from Laura Cerbus plays around with thoughts that are floating through my mind and that I can’t nail down. If the current pandemic had occurred even fifteen years ago the current responses to it would be impossible. If I hear another pastoral leader communicating about how they’re making productive use of this ‘opportunity’ …

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Analysis of the situation of Shopping Malls that have closed in the USA in a video report from Wired. It’s interesting to hear the balance of over-supply, changes in shopping habits, and changes in people’s social gathering habits are all thought to contribute to the change. No one thing has contributed to the decline, and …

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With the seasonal observations of the euphoria that is experienced by winning football teams and their supporters, Stephen McAlpine reflects on how a joy that seems so complete will fade so quickly (pre-season training will probably commence well before Christmas) contrasts with a joy that is more complete and which will never diminish. I’m a …

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