Christian Meditation for the village

Weekly Meditation 26/2/21

I remember an advert about batteries that spoke of going “on and on and on” – the implication being they contained more charge than an other commercially available battery. The idea of perpetual motion and unlimited power appeals to many an individual, the possibility of being able to run faster, jump higher, lift heavier weights, […]

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Weekly Meditation 19/2/21

An old story tells how a young child who ran into the living room and shouted out to his parents “Mummy, Daddy, guess what”. His parents enquired what was all the excitement was about. He proudly proclaimed “I am six feet tall!”. His parents were amazed especially as he was only just under three feet […]

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Weekly Meditation 12/2/21

As a child I remember Elvis Presley singing “Wooden heart” on the radio (1961), I wasn’t really into “pop” music at 6 years old, well unless you count “The Seekers”. I did like the rhythm of the music and I must admit everywhere we went people were either singing it or just whistling the tune. […]

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Weekly Meditation 5/2/21

Almost everyone I know has someone they consider as their favourite hero or heroine. Sometimes an historical figure, sometimes a sporting example or maybe a film star or musician maybe. Perhaps you may have had the same individual right the way through from childhood to the present day. I began, like many of my contemporaries […]

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Weekly Meditation for the village 29/1/21

Black and white – has all sorts of associations. For example everything is there in front of you in black and white i.e. it’s all written down for you in a legal form that anyone can understand. I certainly remember the folk group The Spinners (not to be confused with The Detroit Spinners) singing: “The […]

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