Life has, for all its horror, been found by God to be worth dying for.
Optimism reflects a hopefulness and confidence for the future- the idea that good will always prevail over evil.
A different sort of race to run.
A long while ago now, I read an article about someone whose brother had died,
“There’s a phrase,” she says, “‘the situation is hopeless, but not serious’. That’s how I see life, and all these things that are just dreadful. If you don’t laugh at them, you would curl up in a heap and wail.”
The greatest has come - to serve and love and share life with the least. The author has written Himself into the story.
from the anthology 'haphazard by starlight'
A little look back at the last couple of months...
A reflection after the terror attacks in Manchester and London.
It's Easter Sunday! Hallelujah!
A glance back at the last 365 days in the life of Rachel.
"Dear world, there's intense bombing right now. Why are you silent? Why? Why? Why? Fear is killing me & my kids. - Fatemah #Aleppo" A reflection on Christmas in the midst of the tweets coming out of Syria.