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When I was much younger – in my 20’s – I got caught up in pursuit of discovering the “real me” ! You know how it is.  As a child, you are conformed  to what others want you to be – so much so – that by the time you are out on your own ( or in my case married at 18 ) you are not sure who you really are !

In search of myself I studied “temperaments”; the “love languages”; “spirituotherapy”; the “tribes of Israel”; and other forms of self-analysis. So, my focus was on my “soulish” nature, not the real me; not on the new being created in Christ.

In disgust, frustration and desperation, I cried out for the reality of the Christian life – that “He might increase and I might decrease (John.3:30). Suddenly it was if I wanted to know God more than I wanted to know me! And He opened my eyes to see that He had made no mistakes in creating me, yet He had so much more in store for my life , than becoming “myself”! God’s plan was to make me like Him!

When the Lamb opened the seventh seal, there was silence in heaven for about half an hour. (Revelation 8:1) There is a deep need within the human heart to pause in the presence of profound events, moments so significant that we feel compelled to join ourselves to them and reflect upon the change they bring […]

On the 15th February, I had the honour of sharing the launch of my book,  Wisdom from the Christian Mystics with Kevin Grant, former editor-in-chief of the Catholic Universe and MD of the Catholic Herald, at the Athenaeum Club in London. His book ‘More Deeps Further Shallows’ is an engrossing work of poetry that you cannot […]

What are your plans for Valentine’s Ash Wednesday? Sex and Death The combination was bound to happen eventually; it will happen again in 2024 and 2029, then not again until the 22nd century. Most people I know personally or through social media have taken it fairly well. One person did wonder if, since some bishops […]

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When I was much younger – in my 20’s – I got caught up in pursuit of discovering the “real me” ! You know how it is.  As a child, you are conformed  to what others want you to be – so much so – that by the time you are out on your own ( or in my case married at 18 ) you are not sure who you really are !

In search of myself I studied “temperaments”; the “love languages”; “spirituotherapy”; the “tribes of Israel”; and other forms of self-analysis. So, my focus was on my “soulish” nature, not the real me; not on the new being created in Christ.

In disgust, frustration and desperation, I cried out for the reality of the Christian life – that “He might increase and I might decrease (John.3:30). Suddenly it was if I wanted to know God more than I wanted to know me! And He opened my eyes to see that He had made no mistakes in creating me, yet He had so much more in store for my life , than becoming “myself”! God’s plan was to make me like Him!

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