By Clare Lind on February 7, 2017
What river runs through your life?
Maybe you lived by it. Maybe you holidayed beside it.
What did your river teach you?
By Clare Lind on June 2, 2016
You know the story of the Emperor’s new clothes.
The Emperor was a very vain man. He loved fine clothes. A parade was coming up on his Imperial calendar; it was time to get a new outfit. So tailors were invited to come up … (read more…)
By Clare Lind on February 13, 2016
Amid Catholic and orthodox circles Mary receives a lot more … (read more…)
By Clare Lind on October 21, 2015
A photo in the news this week
of a small child being carried dead from the surf
has haunted the world –
a living reproach upon how some
conduct themselves towards others.
A prolonged cry for action
to deal with refugees has been sounded.
Something … (read more…)
By Clare Lind on August 25, 2015
It had been a bad day… a really bad day. When Ella thought about it, it was hard to think of anything that had gone right. She had woken up late, and by the time she got down to breakfast her little brother had eaten the last of the Coco Pops, and that had meant … (read more…)
By Clare Lind on February 21, 2015
I worked with university students for a while. I can remember reading over an essay for an overseas student once to check his grammar. It was an economics essay from memory. It was full of unnecessarily big words! Even more than a subject like economics would normally … (read more…)