At times, no frequently, I as a white, middle class woman living in a comfortable apartment in Sydney, feel powerless.
Now so many around the world are grieving. Thousands have more than 20,000 have died from COVID 19 and there are nearly half a million cases of coronavirus.
My reflection on the occasion of my 60th Birthday Celebration held on Sunday 15 December in the presence of family and Friends at Little Bay, NSW, Australia.
The Blessings of Fallow Time – 12 Months from the Beginning of Sabbatical.
Where have you recently seen beauty?
Over recent months, I have been contemplating what does friendship in the margins look like, sound like, feel like, taste like.
For 59 years I have identified as Catholic. Christian, yes, but a particular form of Christianity – Catholicism
This morning, I was expecting to be at the Downing Centre, a court house complex in the centre of Sydney. I had been summoned, although not yet empanelled, for an 8 week criminal case.
I returned from my sabbatical with a sense of entering into fallow time. Six months have now passed and what a gift this uncultivated time has been.
On Tuesday evening 28 May 2019, my local council considered the following motion…
Since I last wrote on this blog Australia has seen a 6 week election campaign and the surprise re-election of a Liberal National Government under the leadership of Prime Minister Scott Morrison
Your Wild and Precious Life, Ikigai and The Principle and Foundation: same, same but different language
This Sunday I along with other Grail women will be facilitating a reflection day for young women at “Avila,” the Sydney Grail Centre at North Sydney.