Monthly Archives: December 2013

It’s a boy, call him Jesus

Christmas is a time that most of us spend with our families, when we reconnect with relatives we haven’t seen for a good long while, when we share who and what we are, when we seek to show that we … Continue reading

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Jesus Weeps With You

Jesus Wept I’ve heard all sorts of ideas about why but I’ve always thought that he wept for the most obvious reason, the reason of his friend Lazarus being dead. Some have tried to convince me that he wouldn’t cry … Continue reading

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Cry It Out

The world tells us men that emotions are something to be feared and hidden away, something to be denied. The sight of a grown man crying is unusual, out of place, taboo. I love to cry, don’t get me wrong … Continue reading

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An Eternal Perception

There’s a beautiful bit of writing in the second Star Wars. In A New Hope Obi Wan tells Luke that his father was betrayed and murdered by Darth Vader, then in Empire Lucas decides that Vader is Luke’s father, this … Continue reading

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