It went pear shaped. The end.


Via re-theologizing

Re-theologizing

My friend Paul has this to say about conflict and fruit, in the end pears get eaten – not that but the quote below.

How often does an argument drag on – the original purpose of that communication being swept aside in recrimination. And if you know the other person/people well, then the potential for previous conflict to be added to the mix is endless. It all becomes more painful than you want, it leaves a confusion as to why it happened at all, and it leaves a trepidation for the future.

PaulF Just me being curious

Andrew Blair

Last 26th May was National Sorry Day- the beginning of Reconciliation week – read about it here – referenceSunday, May 26, 2019, 00:01 by Mgr Joseph Galea-Curmi

On that Sunday there were many indigenous peoples at church both Torres Strait Islanders and Aborigines. This past Sunday, part of Reconciliation week, was…

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About Andrew Blair

Living in Maroubra Australia. Carer for my wife Jessica. Simple web designer and Administrator; photographer, artist and theologian. (Ordained by a Celtic bishop), we now attend the Uniting Church Additionally Since the age of 17 I live with uncontrollable Epilepsy and Bipolar Affective Disorder with some Psychotic episodes, for the past 4 years, at least I have been bipolar depressed with no real excitement, periodic bouts of paranoia and other yuck.

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