It went pear shaped. The end.

Via 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. We now attend the Uniting Church in Maroubra Junction where we are very happy. My greatest desire is to serve God in the capacity of an Interfaith dialoguer since this seems to be my calling since 1997

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