Author Archives: Susanne

Reflection: To Know and Be Known

By Mary Bucknall Have you ever got lost in unfamiliar countryside after taking a wrong turning? This once happened to me a few years ago after climbing the Selborne Zig-Zag in Hampshire. Instead of finding the path back to the village … Continue reading

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Reflection: Hands

By Christine Pitts Look at your hands and think about how very useful they are, I could fill a whole page with the number of different ways we use them but probably one of the loveliest ways is when we use … Continue reading

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Reflection: A New Year’s Revelation

By Janet Andrews The first two years of my evacuation during the war was at the age of six when I was sent to live with an Aunt and an Uncle who was a farmer. Due to relocation to a farm … Continue reading

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Reflection: A New Year’s Reflection

By Marylin Kilsby Do you make resolutions at the beginning of each New Year? If so, how long do yours last before they get broken? Many resolutions bite the dust rather quickly, some within the first twenty four hours. One could … Continue reading

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A Christmas Reflection

By Mary Bucknall There was a commotion, a hubbub, in the meeting room at work. Even I joined in to see what the excitement was all about. Some visitors had arrived, and the CEO and his wife were sitting talking with … Continue reading

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Reflection: Choices, choices

By Edwin Astill Every day – almost every minute – we make choices. Some are trivial, some life changing. Some we take almost without thinking; some pose dilemmas, and we have to consider the implications for ourselves and for others. Early … Continue reading

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Reflection: Intelligent Machines

By Chris Pitts Every day during one week last month the BBC news had an item about robots, or intelligent machines. These amazing machines have already replaced humans in many jobs especially those jobs that are repetitive such as car manufacturing, … Continue reading

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Reflection: Life After Death

By Janet Andrews When I was 32 years old, my much loved Mother died after a short illness. Totally devastated I bitterly ranted at God ­ how could He do this to me? What was He thinking of? My father had … Continue reading

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Reflection: Life’s Challenges – Part 2

By Marylin Kilsby Almost a year ago, on October 15, I wrote a Reflection called Life’s Challenges. Well, there have been some developments since then which aren’t so easy to write about. However, this is real life and our Reflections are … Continue reading

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Reflection: The Shattered Glass

By Tracy Williamson Today I dropped a glass. It slipped from my hand as I was lifting it to the cupboard, crashed down onto the work surface and shattered. I knew as soon as it slipped that it would break but … Continue reading

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